MTU engines to use electrically assisted turbocharging

The 'media gap motor' enables electrically boosted charging without interfering with turbocharger aerodynamics

A new turbocharger technology that will improve acceleration, fuel consumption and emissions will be deployed on MTU high-speed engines after parent group Rolls-Royce acquired the rights from G+L innotec.

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