As usual, the editorial staff released a video to introduce Diesel International 1/2021, the first of six issues of the magazine to be released in the current year. The e-magazine is available at this link.

Diesel International 1/2021: starting with the Diesel of the Year

Diesel of the year: a brief summary of the journey with the 2020 winner, FPT Industrial F28, and a hint of the still anonymous identity of DOTY 2021. VW Golf and the TDI, the symbols of both the apotheosis and stigmatisation of the Diesel cycle. Be aware that a 200 hp version is now available.

Hybridization sometimes works in mysterious ways. For example, arm in arm with a gas engine, see MAN, on the top of the on-road stage also together with an off-road bus: Torsus. Weichai and Bosch: the 50% efficiency became true. Briggs&Stratton found a reliable and strong partner, KPS. Punch Turin knows its own mind on diesel, hydrogen and GM Marine. Kohler has a lot to say, and to do, for the garden field.

A dip in the sea

If I say engine specialist, what’d you say, Ricardo? We listened to the Britsh company’s idea of off-highway. A dip in the sea with the comparison between 24 and 32 litres diesel engines. Cat and MTU have reached MAN at 2000 hp.

Genoa Boat Show was the survivor, after that Cannes, Monaco and METS raised white flag. There we met Rajesh Sadhu, Vice President of Raywin, on the Bimotor stand. Do you like ‘alternative’ accounts? So, listen to our story about Volvo electrified trucks.


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