Engine

 List of suppliers

Search Results 281results


Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Aichi Machine Industry Co., Ltd. 2-12 Kawanami-cho, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 456-8601, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Cummins, Inc. 500 Jackson Street, Columbus, IN 47201 U.S. Major Parts Suppliers image
Detroit Diesel Corporation 13400 Outer Drive West, Detroit, Michigan 48239 USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Deutz AG Ottostrasse 1, 51149 Cologne-Porz (Eil), Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
FAW Jiefang Automotive Co., Ltd. Wuxi Diesel Engine Works No.99, East Yongle Road, Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Apr 26, 2019

On April 23, 2019, Toyota Vietnam Motor Company (TMV) officially introduced the all-new Camry, the 8th generation Camry for Vietnam market comes with 2 available options, 2.5Q and 2.0G.
Priced from VND 1.03 billion, Camry 2.0G is powered by 4-cylinders gasoline engine with maximum capacity of 123 kW at 6,500 rpm and maximum torque of 199 Nm at 4,600 rpm, mated with 6-speed automatic transmission, while Camry 2.5Q, priced from VND 1.23 billion comes with 4-cylinders gasoline engine with maximum capacity of 135 kW at 6,000 rpm and maximum torque of 235 Nm at 4,100 rpm that paired with 6-speed automatic transmission.
According to TMV, this 2019 all-new Camry, is imported as CBU model from Thailand instead of CKD model. At its Vietnam plant, TMV will assemble another model in the current product line. This plan has been carefully considered to promote strongly and optimize domestic production, contributing more to the development of the automotive industry and the sustainable development of Vietnam.
The company also reported that in 2018, TMV's domestic production volume reached over 52,600 vehicles, an increase of 27% compared to 2017, bringing the accumulated volume to nearly 500,000 vehicles.

(From Toyota Vietnam homepage and press release on April 23, 2019)

Apr 26, 2019

Dongfeng Fengxing showcased six 3.0 models including the State VI Fengxing T5, the first facelifted version of the Fengxing T5 smart social SUV at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. The vehicle is powered by a 1.5T State VI engine mated to a 6AT, replacing the old 1.5T State V engine that is mated to a CVT (continuously variable transmission). It features a 12-inch touch screen and a 12.3-inch LCD panel.
The State VI version of the size-extended Fengxing T5L 7-seat SUV (launched prior to the show but also on display at the same event) is powered by a 1.5T engine mated to a 6AT.
Other models showcased include the State VI version of the 1.6L Fengxing Ling Chi, Fengxing S50EV (Dongfeng Fengxing’s first electric sedan), and Ling Chi M5EV electric business car (Dongfeng Fengxing’s first electric MPV). The S50EV has an NEDC range of 410 km. The Ling Chi M5EV has an NEDC range of 353 (5-seat version) km or 330 km (7/9-seat version).
From a Dongfeng Fengxing press release

Apr 26, 2019

On April 16, Great Wall Motor-WEY showcased the all-new WEY-X concept vehicle, smart mobility version of the VV6 Collie, and orange version of the VV5 at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show.
The automaker made a world debut of the WEY-X concept vehicle, WEY’s next-generation electric SUV. The front motor of the vehicle has an output of 130 kW, while the rear motor has 190 kW. The vehicle has a maximum speed of 200 km/h and an NEDC range of 710 km. It can accelerate from 0 km/h to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. It comes with active and passive safety technologies as well as full-autonomous driving solutions.
Meanwhile, Great Wall Motor unveiled the smart mobility version of the VV6 Collie, which integrates smart face/voice recognition technology that can achieve customized setting, services, and fatigue monitoring. The vehicle is equipped with a smart interconnected platform that supports language recognition of 18 dialects. The orange version of the VV5 is powered by a 1.5T four-cylinder pressurized direct-injection engine mated to a 7DCT (dual clutch transmission).
At the show, WEY announced 5G cooperation with Qualcomm, Quectel, and China Unicom. It also cooperated with Baidu to produce high-precision mapping and self-positioning.

From a WEY press release