JP09 calls for nitrogen oxide reductions of 65 percent and particulate matter reductions of 63 percent over the previous regulation JP05.
The Fuso Super Great’s 12.8-liter 6R10 engine has an output between 257 kW (350 hp) and 309 kW (420 hp) and is aims to meet the needs of customers on the Japanese market.
"Customers benefit from the fact that MFTBC is an integral part of Daimler Trucks and thus can employ the division’s modular commercial vehicle system, which is defined for use worldwide and for all brands. It allows us to develop world-class components such as the new Fuso 6R10 engine with the highest degree of efficiency,” added Kirchmann.
The new Fuso Super Great also has a range of other equipment features that include the Mitsubishi Driver Attention Monitoring System, which warns the driver of critical situations, ESP or the Active Mitigation Brake (AMB), which decelerates the vehicle by applying the brake automatically when a collision is possible.