Allison Transmission, a leading designer and manufacturer of conventional and electrified vehicle propulsion solutions for medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, is introducing its new electric axle, Allison eGen Power, for fire and rescue vehicles at Interschutz 2022 (20–25 June, Hannover, Hall 27, Stand H 38).
Emergency One, a British manufacturer of fire and rescue vehicles, has integrated the eGen Power 100D into its new E1 EV0 platform on a MAN TGM chassis and is presenting the vehicle for the first time at Interschutz in cooperation with Allison (outdoor area, stand R54). It is the first time a truck propelled by the eGen Power e-Axle has been shown in Europe.
eGen Power is a bolt-in electric propulsion solution compatible with the existing vehicle frames. It features two fully integrated electric motors, a two-speed gearbox, oil cooler and pumps. The twin-engine 100D version has a continuous output of 454kW and a peak output power of 652kW. The eGen Power 100D axle is one of the most powerful electric axle systems on the market. Its design prioritises starting and climbing capabilities, as well as high speed and efficiency. This allows fire and rescue vehicles to offer unsurpassed performance and reliability, strong acceleration and excellent manoeuvrability. Allison also offers the eGen Power 130D, a variant of the 100D, specifically designed for the European and Asia Pacific markets, where many commercial vehicles require a heavier 13 tonne gross axle weight rating.
Visitors to the Allison booth at Interschutz 2022 are also invited to learn more about the company’s TerraTran transmission, a variant of the proven Allison 4000 Series on-highway transmission, which is purpose built for the extreme demands of airport fire engines. TerraTran offers a maximum power capability of up to 800hp, and torque capability up to 3,200Nm. The transmission also features seven forward and two reverse gears. TerraTran offers the proven reliability and durability of the Allison 4000 Series transmissions but with increased horsepower, torque and gross vehicle weight (GVW) capability, while also adding fast reverse capability.
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