Cummins new G Series in-line six-cylinder engines, available in 10.5- and 11.8-liter displacements, employ a sculpted block to retain high rigidity while removing mass, and a composite oil pan and valve cover help keep engine weight down to 1,900 lb. The new global engine platform will be configured for on-highway and off-highway requirements and emissions standards across the globe. The QSM12 introduced at Bauma will be renamed QSG12 as part of the G Series and marketed for off-road applications in ratings from 335 to 512 hp.
- QSG12 said to deliver 30 percent higher power-to-weight ratio than the class average
- Initial engines are designed to run on diesel fuel
- Cummins Xtra-High Pressure Injection contributes to 1700 lb.-ft. peak torque
- On-highway models ISG11 and ISG12 provide power range from 290 to 512 hp