James Wood to Offer New 2022 F Series: First to Come from ICPP
About the Isuzu Cummins Powertrain Partnership
Isuzu Motors Limited and Cummins Inc., came together to form the Isuzu Cummins Powertrain Partnership (ICPP) in May 2019. The goal of the partnership is to create opportunities to develop and bring new diesel and alternate powertrains to global markets. Through this collaboration agreement, Cummins is providing Isuzu with mid-range B6.7 diesel engines to power medium-duty Isuzu trucks.
Isuzu and Cummins also have partnered in an Advanced Technology Agreement, so joint research can be conducted for various powertrain technologies using both companies’ advanced engineering capabilities. In an effort to follow a carbon-neutral path, both Isuzu and Cummins have expanded their partnership to work toward new power sources, like electrical powertrain technologies.
With both companies dedicated to enhancing the efficiency and emissions capability of their diesel products, they continue to innovate and advance the future power sources for commercial vehicles.
Cummins B6.7 Diesel Engine
The Cummins B6.7 diesel engine is one of the most dependable and durable medium-duty engines available. Cummins boasts more than 13 million engines produced over the span of 40 years, and through billions of miles driven, the B6.7 engine has proved to be at the top of its class.
The new 2022 Isuzu F-Series trucks will be the first product to come to the U.S. and Canadian markets from the ICPP collaboration. James Wood Isuzu Trucks in Denton, Texas, is proud to supply the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex area with these superior new Isuzu FTR and FVR trucks with a Cummins B6.7 engine.
Powertrain That is Reliable
The Cummins B6.7 powertrain is advanced and more powerful than ever. Mated to an automatic Allison RDS Transmission (2500 Series) the Cummins B6.7 offers a strong powertrain built to last while offering fuel efficiency and reliability both drivers and business owners enjoy. It also offers the highest horsepower and torque available from the Cummins B6.7 at 260 horsepower and 660-lb-ft of torque.
This power increase in the Isuzu F-Series will effortlessly move heavy payloads over the road between distribution centers and through today’s urban environments.
2022 F-Series Lineup
Both the Isuzu Class 6 FTR (25,950 - GVWR) and the Class 7 FVR (33,000 - GVWR) will feature the Cummins B6.7 diesel engine. The lineup will also include a de-rated Class 6 FVR.
A total of eight wheelbases will be available for the FTR and FVR models. The low cab forward’s larger cab-to-axle space provides the Isuzu F-Series more cargo capacity versus conventional cab competitors with comparable wheelbases. This gives customers more versatility with their body application choices to accommodate more spacious or heavier cargo loads.
As with all Isuzu low cab forward trucks, both the FTR and FVR will have remarkable maneuverability, visibility, and comfort. Your drivers will appreciate the 50-degree inner wheel cut that gives the F-Series turning diameters between 43.7-ft (152” WB) and 65-ft (248” WB). The great visibility the FTR and FVR offer is possible because of Isuzu’s legendary low cab forward-designed cab and new LED headlamps. Both enhanced comfort and visual appeal were created from the new interior design featuring dual-toned trim and seating.
Get Your Isuzu FTR or FVR Today
For 30 years, James Wood Isuzu Trucks has served the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex area as your complete Isuzu commercial truck dealer. We know how important it is to add the right truck to your fleet. With both the 2022 FTR and FVR joining the model lineup, our truck experts are ready to help you select one that will suit your business’s unique needs.
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