BMC Delivers the First Domestic Engine for Vuran
BMC Power develops a new propulsion system. The new engine is tested for around 6,500 hours in the test centre and more than 140,000 kilometres on the vehicle. All research, development and test procedures were completed in 52 months.In the first phase, 21 engines are going to be delivered to the automotive section of the BMC after the test and acceptance procedure on February 2, 2023. According to the company, a total of 90 engines are planned to be produced by BMC.The first Vuran platforms, which are empowered with domestic engines, are planned to deliver for the Turkish Gendarmerie General Command. Transmission supply from the foreign provider will continue as planned. The 8.4-litre engine produces 400 horsepower and 1,600 NM torque.