Basi hilo lenye uwezo wa kubeba abiria 300 likiendeshwa na umeme lina upana wa futi 25 na urefu wa futi 72.
Jaribio hilo limefanyika katika barabara maalumu yenye urefu wa mita 300 kaskazini mashariki mwa mji wa Qinhaungdao.
Imeelezwa kuwa gari hilo linaweza kufikia kiwnago cha juu cha spidi ya kilomita 60 kwa saa na yanaweza kuunganishwa magari hayo ambayo yanajulikana kama TEBs manne.
"The biggest advantage is that the bus will save lots of road space," the project's chief engineer, Song Youzhou, told state-media agency Xinhua earlier this year.
"The TEB has the same functions as the subway, while its cost of construction is less than one fifth of the subway," another engineer Bai Zhiming told news outlet CCTV.
One TEB could replace 40 conventional buses, according to the firm. However, it is unclear when the vehicle will be widely used in Chinese cities.
It is not a new idea, but it was not seriously considered until a mini-model of it was launched at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in May.
A month later, developers announced that the TEB would be ready for a test-run in August.
Thousands took to micro-blogging site Weibo to express their amazement and incredulity.
"I saw images of this not long ago and now it's actually happening?" asked one user. "This is truly build at 'Chinese speed'".
"I swear I just saw ideas of this in pictures. Now it's appeared in real life," said another.