Allison Transmission presents eGen electric axle for emergency vehicles

By Julian Buckley06 June 2022

Allison Transmission eGen Power 100D Photo: Allison

Allison Transmission has introduced a version of its eGen Power electric axle for fire and rescue vehicles.

eGen Power is described as a bolt-in electric propulsion solution which is compatible with existing vehicle platforms. It features two fully-integrated electric motors, a two-speed gearbox, oil cooler and pumps.

The twin-motor 100D version has a continuous output of 454 kW, with peak output of 652 kW. Allison states it is one of the most powerful electric axle systems on the market.

Emergency One, a UK manufacturer of fire and rescue vehicles, has integrated the eGen Power 100D into its new E1 EVO platform. This is based on a MAN TGM chassis. The vehicle was unveiled at the Intershulz 2022 trade show in Hanover, Germany.

A 130D version of the eGen Power axle specifically designed for markets in Europe and APAC is also available, where many commercial vehicles require a 13-tonne gross axle weight rating.

The design of the eGen Power prioritises starting and climbing capabilities, together with speed and efficiency.

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