Future Cummins Diesel For Jeeps?

Date 2006/10/11 13:56:00 | Topic: Miscellaneous

We've had several people submit stories about the recent Cummins Diesel announcement that they're going to start producing a light-duty diesel engine at their plant in Columbus, Ohio. The interesting part of the story is that they're going to produce them for DaimlerChrysler.

There's no information about in which present or future vehicles they'll be used in, or if the engines will incorporate BLUETEC technology (sounds redundant, we know). Regardless, enough people seem interested in the possibilities, so we thought we'd throw it out there for everyone to see.

Here's a quote from the (very short) article:
The company, which is enjoying strong demand for its biggest on-highway engines because of looming U.S. clean-air rules, said it plans to spend about $250 million to set up the new line inside its existing manufacturing facilities.



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