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Prevost / Nova Bus to offer FuelSense 2.0 technology from Allison Transmission beginning in March

The fuel-saving technology delivers up to 6 percent additional fuel savings beyond the company’s original FuelSense software.

Electric vehicle manufacturer EMOSS Mobile Systems chooses Allison 4500 fully automatic transmission

With its commitment to address emissions and noise regulations in Europe, EMOSS Mobile Systems has developed an Allison transmission-equipped electric semi-truck that has a range exceeding 300 miles.

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Allison Transmission announces xFE models with technology to further increase fuel economy for its 1000 Series™ and 2000 Series™

Previously only available with select 3000 Series™ models, expanded xFE portfolio now enables smaller, medium-duty buses and trucks to also use even less fuel.

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Allison Transmission introduces next generation of advanced technology for fully automatic transmissions

New Allison nine-speed will provide reduced emissions, improved fuel economy and advanced stop-start capability. It is targeted for release in 2020.

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Allison Transmission announces David S. Graziosi as next CEO

The board of directors for Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ALSN) today announced that President and Chief Financial Officer David S. Graziosi will succeed Chief Executive Officer Lawrence E. Dewey on June 1, 2018.

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Aomori Airport upgrades emergency response fleet with new, larger Allison-equipped Rosenbauer fire fighting vehicle

Aomori Airport in Tokyo recently took delivery of an aircraft rescue fire fighting truck, equipped with two Allison 4800 automatic transmissions and Continuous Power Technology™ which enables the truck to reach 80 kph in no more than 25 seconds.

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