While the A95 chassis is marketed by MAN as the 'Lion's City DD', its bodywork was supplied and assembled by Gemilang Coachworks from Malaysia using Alcan's EcoRange aluminum-based technology. The 'Lion's City DD' name originally referred to the 13.7m MAN A39 previously offered as an integral product by MAN in European countries (this length has since been re-designated as Lion's City DD L). This is a reflection of how globalization has caused a paradigm shift in the supply chain of major vehicle manufacturers.
The MAN A95 is fully low-floor. Its Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and PM-Kat filter technology (the latter developed by MAN) does away the need for additives in exhaust treatment, while still able to meet the Euro V emission standards. They are powered by the MAN D2066LUH-32 diesel engine (10,518cc), and are fitted with 6-speed ZF Ecolife 6AP 2000B automatic transmission.
EDS was supplied by Aesys of the Libra make, which could also be found on Sentosa Island Volvo B7Rs. Masats outward sliding doors were fitted at the exit for additional safety. Air-conditioning was supplied by Denso of Japan.