TECUMSEH engine to go on sale in 2019 – The Register
The TECUEM engine will go on show at the 2017 Detroit Motor Show in March 2019, but the company has said that the engine is “in the very early stages of development”.
The TEMI engine, which is an advanced engine with a much higher performance than the previous version, will go to show at a special event in May 2019.
According to the TECUB website, the engine has a maximum output of 845hp (531kW), which is “better than most engines of its class”, but that engine can also produce up to 500kg (880lb) of thrust.
The TecUMSEA engine, meanwhile, has a top speed of 155km/h (93mph) and a range of up to 300km (186 miles).
The engine, however, will not be the first to go into production.
The company was founded in 1991 by the late Paul Anderton, who was the chairman of the engineering team responsible for the TEM and later on the TUC.
Anderton had the idea for the first electric car while working at Ford, and he sold the company to Renault in 1996.
The company later moved on to build the Espace E-Type, which went on to become one of the world’s best-selling electric cars, and the TACO E-Class, which has also been sold to Audi, BMW, and Mercedes.
The TECUR engine is a hybrid engine which, according to the website, “can run on either petrol or diesel”.
The company said that it plans to have an initial production of 1,000 units, with an additional 100 units on order.
It will not, however.
In addition, the company will be producing the TOCAM engine for the next three years, with the first 500 units due to go to suppliers by the end of 2019.
TECUMSEC has said it expects the first production of its first commercial diesel engine, the TACCUS, to be delivered in 2020.