Doosan Infracore made an announcement on March 26 that it has delivered the Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle No. 1 'Prima' truck with a new engine to customers.
The first engine to be introduced this time is the DX12 electronic engine developed by Doosan Infracore to supply for Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle.
It produces an output of up to 460 horsepower at an exhaust volume of 11.1ℓ.
It is developed as an electronic model and is a high-performance and eco-friendly product that meets the world's most powerful European emission regulations (Euro6) without the need for an EGR.
The product has a common rail system, an electronic system that supplies and dispenses diesel fuel at high pressure, and a high-efficiency Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) technology that blocks harmful material emissions. It has world-class fuel economy and durability.
SCR refers to an eco-friendly device that converts NOx (Nitrogen Oxide) generated by the use of fossil fuels into harmless substances.
Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle will adopt Doosan Infracore's DX12 engine on a total of 25 truck models, including "Prima" and "Novus," for sales.
"The DX12 electronic model is an engine with world-class product competitiveness in fuel economy, durability and post-processing technology," said Baek Hyung-beom, executive director of Doosan Infracore's engine BG. "We will continue to expand our suppliers to the commercial vehicle market not only in Korea but also in major emerging countries."