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A few days ago, Isuzu’s 2022 F-series truck fitted with Cummins B6.7 engine for the first time announced its formal mass production. As soon as the news came out, many Isuzu fans were deeply excited. Then Hino delivered its first Hino truck product equipped with Cummins B6.7 engine to Pan Shiqi Truck Leasing Company. And the news are some epitome of the shift and adjustment of strategic focus of these world commercial vehicle giants in the face of the global electrification wave.
In these news, the most frequent occurrence should be the Cummins B6.7 engine. According to Cummins official website, Cummins B6.7 engine is one of the most reliable and durable medium-sized engines. After nearly 40 years of production, more than 13 million engines have been tested and verified. It can be said to be a legendary product.
In fact, in addition to Hino and Isuzu trucks, you can also see the shadow of Cummins Power on the Scania and DAF trucks.
In 2017, Scania launched a 6.7L engine called DC07, which is also Scania’s smallest displacement truck engine in recent decades. Compared with the previous Scania 5-cylinder DC09, The weight is lighter by 360 kg, and the fuel economy is improved by 10%. The smaller engine size helps to make the middle bulge in the Scania P-series cab lower, thereby gaining more cab space. At that time, the press release announced that the addition of this engine would increase Scania’s share in areas such as urban distribution and garbage collection.
Although Scania is printed on the engine valve cover, the DC07 engine is based on the Cummins B series 6.7L engine, jointly developed by Scania and Cummins, and is equipped with Scania’s ECU engine management system. , And fixed geometry turbocharger and Scania internal exhaust aftertreatment system, which can meet Euro 6 C emissions without EGR. In fact, as early as 2013, Scania announced that they would provide Cummins ISB6.7 as an optional configuration in their city buses. This engine is called DC07-101.
At the beginning of this year, Daimler Trucks and Cummins signed a memorandum of understanding on the establishment of a global strategic partnership for medium-sized engine systems. The general content is that Cummins will provide global medium-sized engine production and delivery for Daimler trucks and buses. Maybe soon you will be able to see a Mercedes-Benz medium truck equipped with a Cummins engine.