MTU Power Packs go Hybrid


INNOTRANS: MTU unveiled its next generation hybrid PowerPack on September 21 at InnoTrans 2016. Conventional diesel power packs are complemented by one or several 30·6 kWh Li-ion MTU EnergyPack batteries each weighing 350 kg. According to MTU, they offer fuel savings of up to 25%, a useful battery life of ...

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