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Publish date: 11/10/2019

HANNOVER, GERMANIA (10 novembre 2019) - I nuovi motori strutturali a 4 cilindri Cummins debutteranno ad Agritechnica 2019 ad Hannover, in Germania.

Publish date: 11/10/2019

HANNOVER, DEUTSCHLAND (10. November 2019) – Die neuen tragenden 4-Zylinder-Traktormotoren von Cummins werden auf der Agritechnica 2019 in Hannover, Deutschland, vorgestellt. Die neuen Motoren sind mit 3,8 Liter (F3.8) und 4,5 Liter (F4.5) Hubraum erhältlich und ergänzen den tragenden 6-Zylinder-Motor B6.7, welcher bereits auf der letzten Agritechnica eingeführt wurde.

Publish date: 11/10/2019

HANOVRE, ALLEMAGNE (10 novembre 2019) - Les nouveaux moteurs structurels à 4 cylindres de Cummins seront présentés lors du salon Agritechnica 2019 de Hanovre, en Allemagne. Ces nouveaux moteurs, disponibles avec des cylindrées de 3,8 litres (F3.8) et de 4,5 litres (F4.5) viennent compléter l’offre de Cummins sur ce segment en s’ajoutant au B6.7 structurel de 6 cylindres, lancé lors de la précédente édition d’Agritechnica en 2018.

Cummins F3.8 and F4.5 Structural Engine
Publish date: 11/10/2019

HANOVER, GERMANY (November 10, 2019) – Cummins new structural 4-cylinder engine will debut at Agritechnica 2019 in Hanover, Germany. The new engine is available with 3.8 litre (F3.8) and 4.5 litre (F4.5) displacements, complementing the 6-cylinder B6.7 structural launched at the previous Agritechnica. Visitors will see the new arrival on stand D19, in hall 16 in Hanover Messe.

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Publish date: 10/17/2019

Innovative Architecture Ready to Redefine Power Efficiency for Euro VI Phase-D

BRUSSELS, Belgium (Oct.17, 2019) — Today at the Busworld Europe show Cummins introduced the X12 engine with up to 480 hp (360 kW) output for powering full size touring and intercity coaches. Certified to the stringent Phase-D stage of Euro VI regulations, the X12 incorporates innovative architecture and a highly efficient in-cylinder combustion formula eliminating the need for exhaust gas recirculation (EGR).