Get to Know Detroit’s Technology

You’ve learned about Detroit as a company in our previous blog, Get to Know Detroit. Now get to know the engines that are built on a foundation of fuel efficiency. You can rely on their engines to keep your bus running smoothly.

DD8 Engine

With best-in-class maintenance, intervals can reach up to 60,000 miles, keeping operations running strong and reliable. Read more about what the DD8 Engine has to offer!

  • The DD8 also has a smart, fuel-efficient design that makes the most of every gallon and lightens the load on the after-treatment system.
  • Its advanced common rail fuel system optimizes each injection event to minimize fuel consumption.
  • A variable-speed fan and advanced cooling system providing shorter fan-on times for increased fuel efficiency.
  • Simple, fixed-geometry, turbocharger for performance, efficiency, and reliability.
  • An optional high-performance integrated engine brake.
  • A robust and sturdy rear gear train helps minimize noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH).
  • PTO Capability for a variety of vocational work-truck applications.
  • 2021 Greenhouse Gas (GHG21) and 2019 OBD (OBD19) compliance.

DD5 Engine

The DD5 is the most technologically advanced mid-range engine available on the market. Not only is it designed with fuel efficiency in mind but endurance as well. Keep reading to learn more about the DD5 engine!

  • The DD5 also has a smart, fuel-efficient design that makes the most of every gallon and lightens the load on the after-treatment system.
  • Its advanced common rail fuel system optimizes each injection event to minimize fuel consumption.
  • A variable-speed fan and advanced cooling system providing shorter fan-on times for increased fuel efficiency.
  • An optional high-performance integrated engine brake with fixed-geometry, dual-stage turbo for performance, efficiency, and reliability.
  • A robust rear gear train and a B10 life of 400,000 miles.
  • The Detroit Connect Virtual Technician℠ remote diagnostic system to maximize uptime.
  • Designs meet 2021 Greenhouse Gas (GHG21) and 2019 OBD (OBD19) compliance.

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