Rolls-Royce is showcasing the latest MTU power systems, MTU bridge components, MTU yacht automation and a new global customer support and service program, Premium Yacht Service, at the Salone Nautico, Genoa, from 30 September to 5 October 2015.
The show, at stand L8-M9, will showcase the new bridge components designed by Italian designer Pininfarina, with a simulator that will allow visitors to experience all of its functions. It will hit the market in spring 2016.
Also on display at MTU will be a 2000 series modern design engine model that also includes a ZF gearbox. The MTU brand is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems, Land & Sea division.
At MTU showcasing the latest technology from the 2000 M96 series yacht engine. This powerful engine continues the long tradition of reliable, efficient, high performance MTU engines. The new design features improved acceleration and fuel economy - and meets the EPA Tier 3 recreational yacht exhaust emission standard.
It is available in 12-cylinder or 16-cylinder versions, with capacities ranging from 1.268 to 1.939 kW.
“Since launching on the market in 2014, we have already delivered over 200 engines to customers. And the new engine is currently used by numerous yachts in Europe and the US, ”says Nadine Buhmann, head of maritime and offshore business at MTU.
With an all-new design concept for the control stick, digital touchscreens, control panels and analogue instrument displays all fitted with a unified and original design, MTU has met all yacht buyer requirements.
All components have been redesigned in collaboration with top Italian designer Pininfarina. Components can be installed on any control panel and integrated with the MTU Blue Vision New Generation automation system.
MTU supplies yacht propulsion systems and a complete engineering system from a single source. Shipyards are often equipped with engines and gearboxes with an optimized interface system, which are fully monitored and controlled by the MTU automation system. For standard production yachts, MTU offers not only main propulsion systems and gearboxes from 261 to 4300 kW, but also generators for inboard power with powers up to 280 kW and generators for emergency power.
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