Although Irizar will take its two main products into 2023, the brand will also begin some new projects in 2023.
Heanes says the bodybuilder is set to investigate alternative power vehicles for various applications, with the view of having the vehicles potentially available at the end of 2023 at the earliest.
“While we’re wanting to grow and stabilise the product to a degree, we’re also looking to explore the alternate fuel sector,” Heanes told ABC. “Especially in the resource area, we have demand in the area for high safety features and zero-emissions vehicles.”
Heanes says Irizar will ensure these new forays will continue to prioritise passenger comfort.
“The market is looking strong, and we’re keen to see what we can do in the future,” Heanes says. “We’re looking to evolve our vehicles to take us forward into 2023 and beyond.”