List of vehicles and machines powered by MTU engines
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Vehicles powered by MTU engines
Trains and locomotives
Diesel engines were built in the 1960s under the Maybach name, later engines were built under the MTU name.
- Bombardier Turbostar and Talent DMUs.
- Brookville BL20G and BL20GH locomotives.
- Brookville BL36PH locomotive
- DB Class V 160 (Maybach)
- IE 22000 Class
- SNCF Class BB 75000 and SNCF Class BB 69400
- NS DE 6400
- Bombardier TRAXX diesel
- Siemens EuroRunner
- Korail Diesel Hydraulic Car by "Saemaul" Train
- Voith Gravita Locomotive family
- New Zealand DL class locomotive
- NIR Class 4000
- Southern Pacific 9010, two Maybach MD870 engines
- Sri Lanka Railways S12 DMUs.
- British Rail Class 35, Maybach MD870 engine built under licence in UK by Bristol Siddeley
- British Rail Class 42, two Maybach MD650 engines built under licence in UK by Bristol-Siddeley
- British Rail Class 52, two Maybach MD655 engines
- British Rail Class 73/9, one MTU 8V 4000 R43L engine
- InterCity 125 (new MTU engines for First Great Western (now Great Western Railway), GNER (now Virgin Trains East Coast), Grand Central, Network Rail and CrossCountry fleets)
- The MTU 12V 1600 R80L is proposed as the power source for the Intercity Express Programme.
- Armoured fighting vehicles
- Heavy off-road truck
- Self-propelled artillery
- Infantry fighting vehicles
- Frigates and corvettes
- Independence-class littoral combat ship
- Absalon-class support ship
- Bremen class frigates
- Brandenburg class frigates
- Iver Huitfeldt class frigates
- Sachsen class frigates
- Vosper Thornycroft MK9 corvettes
- Some PR-72P class corvettes
- Lanzhou class destroyers (copy)
- Anzac class frigates
- Vasco da Gama class frigates
- Sa'ar 5-class corvettes
- Many other MEKO type frigates and corvettes
- Small combatants
- Mine warfare ships
- Dunn, Pip (March 2014). "GBRf's first Class 73/9 is close to completion". Railways Illustrated. Vol. 12 no. 3. Key Publishing. pp. 8–9. ISSN 1479-2230.
- "MTU to supply diesel powerpacks for Intercity Express Programme". Railway Gazette International. London. 19 September 2012.
- http://www.mcamglobal.com/index.php?pageLoad=237. 23 March 2013