The well-established range of FPT Industrial genset solutions will be showcased at Middle East Energy, from 3 to 5 March at the Dubai World Trade Center. The brand is highlighting indeed three engines from its portfolio.


The S8000 G-Drive is developed with the aim of providing simplicity, high power output levels and reduced TCP. Designed for all emergency and prime power applications that do not require compliance with emission regulations, the 2.9-liter engine has a three cylinder in-line configuration for a compact architecture. This also guarantees – according to the company – 13 percent lower fuel consumption in comparison to competitors’ four-cylinder engines.

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FPT Industrial S8000 G-Drive engine

FPT Industrial genset solutions: N67 250 kVA

FPT Industrial also offers the highly compact 250 kVA G-Drive, capable of delivering this power in a 6.7-liter displacement with a six-cylinder architecture.


Designed for high power generators, the N67 250 kVA is best-in-class for specific load acceptance and fuel consumption and can operate in the most severe conditions, up to 57°C, when equipped with its compact tropical cooling package. Moreover, thanks to its advanced technologies and premium components, the unit has 600-hour maintenance intervals.

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The highly compact N67 with 6.7-liter displacement

Last but not least, the Cursor 16 600 kVA

The Cursor 16 G-Drive provides up to 578 kW, delivering the power of an 18-liter engine in a 13-liter package. The 15.9-liter engine has best-in-class in fuel consumption, thanks to FPT’s second generation common rail fuel injection system and a precise displacement approach. Contributing even further to a lower TCO, the unit has a 600-hour oil service interval and the smallest oil system capacity in the segment.

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FPT Cursor 16 G-Drive provides up to 578 kW


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