INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Otto Szalavari is being promoted to a senior role in the marketing of Allison Transmissions, serving as the new managing director – global marketing. He joined the company in February as director – global marketing information and product strategy.
ATLANTA, GA- Allison Transmission plans to release the first nine-speed fully automatic transmission in 2020, replacing its existing six-speed transmission.
Allison TC10 fully automatic transmissions will be available on trucks including the Kenworth T680 and T880 and Peterbilt 567 and 579 later this year, supporting applications that need up to 1,850 lb-ft of torque and Gross Combination Weights up to 110,000 pounds.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Allison Transmission has unveiled a new software package that will boost fuel economy by 6% over its existing FuelSense offering.
The Kenworth T880 short-hood model is now available with the Allison 4700 RDS fully automatic transmission for demanding vocational applications
The Freightliner 122SD severe-duty truck can now be spec’d with Allison 4700 Rugged Duty Series and Oil Field Series automatic transmissions
Allison Transmission has introduced Allison DOC For PC Version 2.0, a diagnostic software application for the Allison MD/HD family.
International Truck and Engine now offers a five-speed, automatic Allison transmission as on its International 8500 regional-haul tractors.
KIRKLAND, Wash. — Kenworth has introduced new automatic transmission offerings for customers in construction and shorthaul applications with high horsepower requirements.
Allison introduces prognostic features on 2009 models
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — You won’t see it for about a year, but Allison is keen to let you know it’s coming
FuelSense is a new efficiency package from Allison Transmission that can bring fuel-consumption reductions of up to 20%. Freightliner will be the first OEM in North America to release it in medium-duty trucks, but not until late this year
NEW YORK, NY. – Dubbed New Shell Spirax S6 ATF A295, the new fluid was developed specifically to meet Allison Transmission’s stringent TES-295 specification.
NEW YORK, NY — Allison Transmission and Dana have licensed the rights to the technology for a continuously variable planetary (CVP) transmission