20 Apr '15, 11am

#Scania to supply off-road engines to #Hyundai Heavy

Scania to supply off-road engines to Hyundai Heavy 20 April 2015 Under a new partnership, Scania will supply engines for next-generation large excavators and wheel loaders made by Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Construction Equipment division. Scania supplying engines from its complete range of 9-, 13- and 16-liter models. A particular focus will be on meeting what is currently the most stringent emission standard, Tier 4f. Equipment that meets Tier 2 and Tier 3 emission standards will also be introduced. The first piece of Scania-powered Hyundai construction equipment to be launched will be the HX520 excavator. It is powered by a 13-liter Scania Tier 4f engine capable of producing 331 kW (444 hp). Three further excavator models powered by Scania engines will be launched: the HX480, powered by a 13-liter engine, and the HX700 and HX900, both powered by a 16-liter V8 engine. Two...

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2015/04/20150420-scania.html

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