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The next generation of mid-bore diesel
Introducing the new Cummins X10™, a next generation engine that brings a state-of-the-art platform to medium-duty, heavy-duty, vocational, and transit bus applications.
Available in North America in 2026, compliant with U.S. EPA’s 2027 regulations a full year early. The diesel version will be first available, with other versions for gaseous fuels introduced later.
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“These trucks are the very best.”
That’s because the legendary Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel is under the hood, upholding its reputation of reliability for Bruce Behner’s business.Hear more
The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) recently recognized the Cummins SuperTruck II team for pioneering research and development in heavy-duty diesel engine technology. This honor, which was presented to the team during the DoE’s Annual Merit Review Conference, celebrates their achievement of 55% brake thermal efficiency (BTE) from an engine equipped with waste heat recovery, an important metri
Vehicles in California powered by renewable natural gas (RNG) removed more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than they emitted for the first time in 2020, a direct result of the continued drop in carbon intensity of renewable natural gas. Adoption of RNG in trucks, buses and other vehicles grew 25% across the state from 2019 to 2020, and RNG use is up more than 170% in the past five year
For the best results for your business, consider all aspects of repowering before making your final choice. To help you with this, we have compiled the five repowering considerations below for you and everyone else in the marine industry. Whether the boat is used for fishing, towing, ferrying or pleasure, these considerations will help narrow down the repowering options that you should consider
Operating vocational trucks is all about getting the job done as reliably, quickly and productively as possible. Nailing the power-to-weight ratio on the sweet spot can have a major impact on not just your equipment’s productivity but its longevity and your bottom line as well. There are a number of factors that come into play when spec’ing a vocational vehicle that help ensure that performance ca
Summer is right around the corner. Many of us have been yearning for the long days, warmer weather and time spent on the water. Whether you’re headed out in your pontoon on the lake, fishing boat in the gulf, or sailboat on the ocean, safe boating starts on shore. "At Cummins, our daily lives revolve around safety," says Jennifer McQuilken, who works for Cummins marine but is also a
Hydrogen use in the transportation sector initially focused on hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV's). More recently, however, hydrogen vehicles powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) are increasingly receiving attention, especially among medium and heavy-duty trucking applications. But why? Hydrogen engines offer a zero-carbon pathway using the same hydrogen fuel as FCEV's.
The Cummins Inc. Jamestown Engine Plant (JEP) is not only setting the standard for manufacturing top of the line engines. It’s also setting the standard for plants across the country as it makes progress on Cummins’ goal of having a net positive impact on local communities. Part of Cummins’ Planet 2050 environmental sustainability strategy and 2030 goals aim to reduce absolute water consumption
Get ready to explore the world of alternative fuels and renewable resources with Cummins Inc’s "What fuels you - What next-generation fuel are you?" quiz. This quiz provides a fun and interactive way to understand how fuels have personalities just like us. It will help answer important questions like ‘What is the future of fuels for cars?’ and ‘How can we reduce our carbon footprint?’ By taking
The future of our planet depends on a decarbonized economy. At Cummins Inc., we believe the path to zero emissions involves both developing advanced internal combustion engines which can be deployed today, and innovating zero-emission solutions in markets where the infrastructure is ready. Cummins estimates that advancing both ways will contribute to 1.4 gigatons of cumulative carbon reduction. Th
Cummins India launched a new SMART initiative – the QR code-based MITWA Mechanic Loyalty Program (MLP) for its MITWA mechanics to redeem points and earn cash by scanning QR codes. The highlight of this scheme is that it is technologically advanced, contactless, and the most efficient way to identify Genuine Cummins Parts. The new initiative will alleviate the pain of MITWA mechanics in saving and
Today’s modern diesel engine is an impressive feat of innovation. Cummins Inc. is no stranger to innovation. In fact, the company spends $1 billion annually on research and technology across its product portfolio with 11,000 of the brightest engineers innovating for their customers. Today the company is taking a look at three of the innovations that have shaped the advanced diesel engines that are