Laupheim, Germany, 2019-01-21. For innovative and forward-looking ski resorts, being environmentally oriented is a large selling point for the benefit of guests. The dilemma is well known: on one hand, winter tourism is the source of people's livelihood in many regions. On the other hand, there is room for improvement in the image portrayed by the media. Kässbohrer is also taking up the quest for the greatest possible environmental protection, and sets standards for emissions. The new PistenBully Generation uses the cleanest engines available on the market.
As few exhaust emissions as possible
Kässbohrer holds an orientation toward the environment in top regard—after all, the cause has also been taken up in its BlueIQ corporate strategy. In doing so, the emphasis lies on slope management that is especially resource-conserving and efficient. In addition to the SNOWsat and PRO ACADEMY, this also contributes to the lowest emissions values. The developers at Kässbohrer have already planned for the new PistenBully 100, which was providently introduced in 2017 featuring a future-proof engine. At that point, the diesel particulate filter was only available as an option. Since the beginning of this year, it is being offered as standard, thereby fulfilling EU Stage V.
The first ready to go with EU Stage V
With the especially quiet and clean 12-cylinder engine, the PistenBully 600 is already setting new standards in sustainability with its market launch as the first slope vehicle with an EU Stage V engine. As a result, it features both high performance and environmental conservation at the same time.
Responsibility for the environment
At PistenBully, we are well-aware of our role as a pioneer. Exceptional vehicles using the cleanest engines provide support to ski resorts in their sustainable approach and actions. And with that, also meeting the demands of vacationers in accord with environmentally sound tourism.