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The GO bus is showing at the Toronto auto show this year

Move over Maserati, the GO bus is here. 

For the first time ever, Toronto's interregional public transit system will be showcasing its sweet ride at the Canadian International Autoshow this weekend.

Who needs to see souped up luxury rides like the Jaguar F-Pace SVR or Audi's R8 Spyder when you can look under the hood of the GO's D4500CT single-decker. 

Visitors to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre will even be able to get behind the wheel of GO's quintessential highway coach, which makes up 75 percent of the entire system's fleet. 

You can revel in the breathtaking design of the GO coach's curved LED headlights, or admire its beast-like 15 gallon diesel exhaust fluid tank that puts the measly tank capacity of the Cadillac XT6 to shame. 

Undoubtedly the biggest vehicle at the Autoshow, it might be nice to see the GO coach in all its shiny glory instead of pulling up into the station covered in slush. 

Lead photo by

Metrolinx


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