Setting the benchmark in diesel engineering
Revolutionary engineering refinement and world-first technology unite to produce the exceptional performance, fuel economy, reliability, comfort, safety and cost-saving benefits of the Dtorque Turbo Diesel outboard. The first serial production diesel outboard with dual crankshaft and the smallest diesel outboard engine with common rail fuel injection, the compact Dtorque is the perfect choice in the mid-power range.
With a remarkable torque output that peaks at 111 Nm at 2,500 rpm, the Dtorque’s performance surpasses the leading 70 hp fuel-injected, four-stroke gasoline outboards. It offers outstanding ability to power heavy loads at low RPM and get on plane quickly, with fuel consumption averaging just 4 – 5 liters or 11 liters per hour at full throttle. The 804cmÑ twin-cylinder aluminium powerhead delivers 50 hp at the propeller shaft.
Enhanced safety is a further key benefit of the Dtorque due to the lower flammability of diesel fuel, an essential factor for commercial shipping. Operators will also benefit from cost savings up to 40% with fewer fire safety precautions and requirements. The Dtorque’s best-in-class fuel economy results in lower fuel costs, with lower prices for diesel fuel (partial tax exemption) and fewer refuelling stops, maximized working hours and reduced operating costs.
With a long life span, the Dtorque requires minimal maintenance with less stress on the engine and its suspension. Low noise and vibration levels ensure increased on-board comfort, leading to reduced fatigue and higher productivity.
AT WORK, THE BENEFITS OF THE DTORQUE ARE CLEAR
The only mid-range outboard to combine all the advantages of state-of-the-art diesel technology
ø 4-5 l / ø 11 l full load
Low risk of fire
Lower fuel consumption
MADE FOR PROFESSIONALS:
Ideal for workboats, safety and rescue boats, fishing boats, oil and gas and offshore vessels, government and port authority boats, passenger boats and superyacht tenders
For important work on the water, the Dtorque brings a range of benefits: one type of fuel on-board, fewer refuelling stops, less wasted time, greater operational reliability, more productive working hours with lower operating costs.
Safety without compromise: Diesel is a better option for minimizing fire risk
In potentially hazardous environments where fi re is a constant risk such as in the oil and gas industry, diesel fuel offers the additional advantage of increased safety as it is less flammable than gasoline.
Diesel is also the sensible propulsion choice for cruise ship and mega-yacht operators running superyacht tenders to carry crew, passengers and goods ashore when docking is not always practical.