Efficiency needs a strong drive
In heavy-duty transport, you have to give it your all – but not when it comes to fuel. As fuel costs generally account for around a third of the total cost of ownership, there are many savings to be made by using efficient engines. The new engines from MAN get more kilometres out for every litre of fuel.
New combination of tried-and-tested engine technology:
- The selection includes the six-cylinder Common Rail engines: the new D20 with its output of 360 HP, the new D26 with 420 to 500 HP, and the new six-cylinder inline D38 with 540, 580 or 640 HP.
- The technical data of the new MAN TGX engines satisfy the Euro 6 standard.
- A number of improvements in the powertrain ensure that the new TGX D26 and D38 engines consume less fuel while torque is permanently increased by 200 Nm and output by 20 HP, providing increased driving comfort.
- The new D26 and D38 engines can be run on hydrotreated vegetable oils (HVO) for the first time.