Allison Transmission to showcase new electric axles for construction trucks at Bauma 2022

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 29 Aug 2022


Twin-motor eGen Power 130D, a 13-tonne variant, is designed for the European and APAC markets; has continuous output of 454 kilowatts and a peak output power of 652 kilowatts.

Allison Transmission, which designs and manufactures conventional and electrified vehicle propulsion solutions for medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, is set to make a big splash at Bauma 2022 in October.

The company will introduce its new electric axles, Allison eGen Power for construction applications, such as tipper trucks, concrete mixers and heavy duty tractors, at Bauma 2022 (October 24 – 30, Munich, Germany, Hall A3, Stand 414). Bauma is the world’s leading trade fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment.

The Allison eGen Power is a drop-in solution compatible with many existing truck chassis, helping OEMs to accelerate their vehicle development programs. It features fully integrated electric motors, a two-speed gearbox, an integrated oil cooler and pump for optimal efficiency and performance and is compatible with battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) as well as hybrid applications.

The twin-motor eGen Power 130D, a 13-tonne variant, specifically designed for the European and Asia Pacific markets, has a continuous output of 454 kilowatts and a peak output power of 652 kilowatts, making it one of the most powerful electric axle solutions on the market. It is designed for great starting and climbing capabilities, high speed and impressive efficiency. This allows heavy duty trucks to offer substantial performance and reliability, rapid acceleration and excellent maneuverability

Allison also offers the eGen Power 100D, a 10 tonne variant of the 130D, and the single motor, 10.4 tonnes rated eGen Power 100S, with a continuous output of 227 kilowatts and a peak output of 326 kilowatts, which is ideal for multiple medium and heavy-duty applications.

 


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