VDL Bova

The name BOVA is derived from Bots Valkenswaard.
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For many years the luxury coaches of VDL BOVA have been easy to recognize by their truly individual and distinctive styling. And today, the visual impact of their characteristic design is as powerful as ever.

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VDL Bova logo.

The Futuras have always been well constructed, reliable and comfortable, and they have consistently retained their high residual values. The growing appreciation of the qualities of these luxury coaches with their unconventional appearance has resulted in an ever-increasing number of Futuras on the road.

1878. Jacob Bots starts a timber business in Valkenswaard.
1910. His son Simon introduces the name BOVA, derived from Bots Valkenswaard.
1931. Building of the first coach body.
1969. Introduction of the Benelux, a self-supporting (integral coach).
1999. Introduction of the Magiq.
2003. BOVA becomes part of the VDL Groep, and continues under the name VDL BOVA.
2004. Introduction of the Synergy.
2005. Introduction of the Lexio.
2005. Delivery of the 8,000th Futura.

(source: VDL Bova)

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