REDFORD, MI – With the unveiling of its new DD15 heavy-truck engine, Detroit Diesel Corp. shines a spotlight on several enabling technologies it believes are key to the future of heavy-duty diesel powertrains. In addition, the DD15 marks the introduction of a new heavy-duty engine platform for parent Daimler AG’s Daimler Trucks unit, as well as the beginning of more integrated development work between the engine maker, Daimler and its Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. and Freightliner ...
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