BYD claims this is the largest electric coach currently on the road and also has the possibility to be used as public transit.
It can seat up to 77 people and has two wheelchair-optimized spots.
The bus uses iron-phosphate batteries that are non-toxic and safe "in the most extreme conditions," according to BYD. Because the coach runs on electric motors, there are no emissions or air pollution.
It also allows the coach to be cheaper to maintain and own than a bus that runs on diesel or compressed natural gas, according to its maker.
The double-decker is 45 feet long, 8.47 feet wide, and 13.35 feet tall.
The coach can hit 65 mph and has a range of 230 miles, which is just 20 miles fewer than Lordstown Motor's upcoming electric pickup truck. It also has a turning radius of less than 49 feet.