Rolls-Royce is showing off its latest state-of-the-art propulsion systems and service solutions from MTU for motor and sailing yachts at this year’s yacht shows in Cannes and Monaco. At the Yachting Festival in Cannes, which takes place from 12 to 17 September, MTU will be presenting a new close-to-production prototype hybrid system based on its 16-cylinder Series 2000 engine on Stand Jetee 179. The focus will also be on models of the Pininfarina bridge components and MTU’s Premium Yacht Service.
The latest MTU propulsion solutions for mega yachts will be on display from 27 to 30 September at the Monaco Yacht Show. On Stand QC8, MTU will be presenting its advanced-design Series 4000 engines for IMO III, including MTU’s SCR system. The MTU brand is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.
Close-to-production prototype hybrid propulsion system for superyachts
A model of the new close-to-production prototype MTU hybrid system based on the 16V 2000 M96 engine will be on display. Yacht owners will benefit from the combination of high performance and efficiency in addition to the sheer comfort and luxury of silent, low-vibration cruising. The MTU hybrid propulsion systems are designed on a modular basis and, depending on the diesel-engine series, will cover various electrical outputs within series solutions.
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