Thursday, July 18, 2024
2024 banners [roshan]

Tata Motors introduces Turbotronn 2.0 engine for trucks

Subscribe to YouTube Channel

Subscribe to Mojo4Industry YouTube Channel and get Latest Industry Updates. Do press Bell Icon to get automated notifications whenever new video is uploaded.

Must Read

Danfoss India announces half-year financial results; records double-digit growth

Danfoss India announces half-year financial results;  records double-digit growthDanfoss in India region has recorded strong sales growth in H1...

Flipkart partners with Adani Group to strengthen logistics and data centre capabilities

Flipkart partners with Adani Group to strengthen logistics and data centre capabilities Flipkart today announced a strategic and commercial partnership...

India launches 6 Tech innovation platforms

India launches 6 Tech innovation platformsMinister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Shri Prakash Javadekar last week inaugurated (through...

Tata Motors introduces Turbotronn 2.0 engine for trucks

Tata Motors today introduced its technologically-advanced engine, Turbotronn 2.0, that will power Tata trucks in 19-42 tonne range for multiple applications across categories.

“Perfectly suited for rapidly growing e-commerce, logistics, parcel and courier segments, the Turbotronn 2.0 engine is designed to address specific needs expressed by customers, offers enhanced driving experience and is engineered to deliver robust performance with inherent benefits of lowering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO),” the CV major said.

According to Tata Motors, the indigenously-developed engine has been tested for over 30 lakh km and 70,000 cumulative hours across diverse duty cycles and harsh terrains. Fully compliant with the BS6 Phase 2 emission norms, the Turbotronn 2.0 is platform-agnostic and offered with Signa, Ultra, LPT and cowl platform and comes with a warranty of 6 years/6 lakh km.

A 5-litre turbocharged diesel engine, Turbotronn 2.0 is offered in multiple states of tune ranging from 180-204 PS and engineered to offer a flatter torque curve in the range of 700-850 Nm for better drivability. With longer oil drain and service intervals of 1 lakh km, its distinctive attributes ensure more vehicle uptime to generate higher revenues.

Introducing the Turbotronn 2.0, Rajendra Petkar, President and Chief Technology Officer, Tata Motors, said, “The Turbotronn 2.0 is one of our most advanced internal combustion engines. Engineered with latest technologies, it enables trucks to cover longer distances in shorter time. Its robust performance and high fuel efficiency has set new industry benchmarks for trucking in India.”

Rajesh Kaul, Vice President & Business Head – Trucks, Tata Motors, said, “At Tata Motors, we closely partner with customers to make their businesses prosper. The Turbotronn 2.0 has been developed with extensive inputs from transporters and provides them with an edge in the highly competitive industry. Its superior value proposition, makes trucking more seamless, efficient and reliable resulting in higher revenues and lower costs.”

As part of a reliability test, Tata Motors kick-started a 30-day endurance run with its Tata Ultra T.19, powered by the Turbotronn 2.0 engine. The aim was to do a non-stop run on the Golden Quadrilateral. The Turbotronn 2.0 engine-powered Tata Ultra T.19 not only completed nine rounds of the Golden Quadrilateral successfully but also secured nine records in both the India Book of Records and the Asia Book of Records, Tata Motors said.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Keep up with the latest industry news in India and around the world by subscribing to our industrial news update. This way, you'll always be in the know about what's happening in your industry, and you can stay ahead of the competition.

banner ads v1 2 650x80
mojo4industry on google news

Tech Talks

00:11:32

How power will power Maharashtra’s growth?

How power will power Maharashtra's growth? Maharashtra, one of India's most progressive states, owes much of its economic and financial...
mojo4industry podcast episodes click here to listen