Sandvik introduced a 16-liter Stage-V engine for its largest truck, the Toro TH663i. The Volvo Penta engine delivers 585-kW output and has top-shelf technology for reducing emissions.

The engine’s exhaust after treatment contains a Selective Catalytic Reduction system that uses diesel exhaust fluid to reduce NOX without sacrificing performance or fuel efficiency. The common rail injection and dual-stage turbo charging provide high power density, low fuel consumption, low noise and low emissions, Sandvik reported. Optimal cooling solutions in the engine minimize parasitic energy losses.

The engine requires ultra-low sulphur fuel to operate. It can also use paraffinic diesel fuel that meets EN 15940 standards. It is not equipped with a diesel particulate filter, simplifying the system.

The truck previously got a new transmission, and was updated with automation solutions like AutoMine for Trucks.