DEUTZ will be extending its product offering in the lower power output range both in regards to cubic capacity and the choice of fuels.
It will successively release its latest-generation TCD engine program for biodiesel and bring two new LPG engines (DEUTZ G 2.2 and G 2.9) for use in material handling and compact construction machinery, opening the way for gaseous synthetic e-fuels.
Based on the successful four-cylinder TCD 2.9 (30 to 75 kW), there will be a three-cylinder variant, the TCD 2.2, ranging in output from 22 to 56 kW.
Both these diesel engines will also be available as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) versions, named G 2.2 and G 2.9.
All the variants will be based on the same engine platform, generating extensive synergy effects.
These drives will represent a further option, in particular for low-load applications in the material handling and compact construction equipment field.
The G 2.2 will be exposed to the world’s gaze for the first time in Munich in April this year.