The Scania K94 is a rear-engined bus built by Scania of Sweden.
It could be built as a coach (the K94EB/K94IB) or intercity bus (the K94IB), but one example of the low-entry citybus version (the tri-axle K94UB, also known as the K94UB6x2/4) was produced in 2000.
In Hong Kong, the K94UB has been fitted with a Volgren 12m double-deck bodywork and is currently in operation with Citybus in Hong Kong. It is equipped with a 260hp 6-cylinder Euro III engine (which was uprated to 300hp before entering service) and a hydraulically (ZF - RAS) steered tag axle in front of the drive axle.
In Sydney, Australia, Transdev TSL (Shorelink) and Comfort Delgro Cabcharge operates a fleet of K94UBs, with Volgren CR228L or Custom Coaches CB60 bodies. They're powered by a Scania 230hp 5 cylinder engine.
The Scania K94 was superseded by the 5th generation K-series which has a Euro IV engine.