DAF Trucks Limited

Strong in Engines

A brief overview


DAF has been developing and manufacturing its own engines for exactly fifty years. During that time, the company has built up an excellent reputation as far as durability, reliability, fuel economy and low emission values are concerned.

2006     

PACCAR MX engine.
12.9 litres. Outputs up to 375 kW (510 hp).

    
2006

PACCAR PR: Development of PE engine with MX injection technology.
9.2 litres. Outputs up to 265 kW (360 hp).

2002

XEC: Electronically controlled injection.
12.6 litres. Outputs up to 390 kW (530 hp).

2000

PE: Electronically controlled injection.
9.2 litres. Outputs up to 265 kW (360 hp).

1997    

XF: First DAF engine with four valves per cylinder.
12.6 litres.
Outputs up to 355 kW (480 hp).

      

1987

WS: ATi, introduced alongside DAF 95.
11.6 litres. Outputs up to
282 kW (383 hp).
Ultimately even up to 315 kW (400 hp).

1975

DH 825: 8.25 litres. 116 kW/156 hp.

1974

DKTL 1160: Horizontal engine for underfloor application in buses.
11.6 litres. 186 kW/252 hp.

1973

DKS 1160: World premiere:
First truck engine with turbo intercooling.
11.6 litres. 228 kW/310 hp.

1968

DKA 1160: 11.6 litres. 184 kW/212 hp
Tuned intake pipes for extra power without turbo.

1959

DS575: First DAF turbo engine.
5.75 litres. 122 kW/165 hp.

1957

DD575: Leyland 0.350 built by licence.
5.75 litres. 105 hp.