A UNIQUE, POWER DENSE, MODULAR FAMILY OF DIESEL ENGINES

Applications

Military / Commercial / Civil Supercharged, power dense, modular, 200 to 350hp Diesel outboards/inboards. Diesel safe, longer range and low lifecycle cost compared to gasoline equivalents.
Military / Commercial / Civil Supercharged, power dense, modular, 200 to 1,400hp Diesel engines. Smaller and lighter compared to traditional diesels.
Military / Commercial Turbocharged, power dense, modular, 350 to 700hp diesel engines. At least 30% better range for similar weight when compared to turbine equivalents.

Innovative, U.K. Developed Diesel Engines

Cox Powertrain has taken a clean sheet of paper approach through its five year development programme to deliver diesel engine designs that combine best engineering practice with patented technologies to unlock new levels of performance and packaging. We have the expertise, solutions and resources to partner with your organisation on new vehicle/platform design or update applications.

Overview

A unique, power dense, modular, family of diesel engines

The core module is a 4 Cylinder, 8 Piston, supercharged 2-­stroke diesel with a capacity of 3.6 litres that delivers up to 350hp (261Kw) per module; which can be scaled up or down in capacity and configured in multiple modules, depending on requirement. The engines can be specified in units of 200hp to 350hp, with twin modules of up to 700hp per application drive. Principle benefits are increased responsiveness combined with reduced size, mass and parts count when compared with conventional diesels of similar power output and improved fuel efficiency and storage safety compared to gasoline engines of similar power output.

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