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Cosielsa appointed as first authorised dealer in Mexico

We are pleased to announce that we have signed an agreement with Cosielsa to act as our first authorised distributer for our Industrial & Marine engines in Mexico.
Cosielsa is based in Queretaro and has been supplying the Mexican market for 36 years.
We look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration.

Contact details:

Name: Mr. Héctor Trejo Morales

Phone: +52 (442) 153 19 00

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.cosielsa.com // www.cosielsaiex.com



R754EU6 STEP E / STAGE V engine upgrade

Our R754 engine has been upgraded to meet Euro VI Step E European Regulations requirements for on-road heavy duty vehicles.

This 3.0L, 4-cylinder engine has a power output of 80kW at 2600rpm and a torque value of 420Nm at just 1100 rpm making it the ideal solution for on-road industrial applications such as road sweepers and multipurpose vehicles

This new engine version has improved its emission rating while maintaining the same hardware, proving its robustness and potential for further upgrades.
The Euro VI Step E development was focused mainly on new software strategies and calibration.

The engine layout is highly customisable and is characterised by its separate DPF and SCR making it possible to adapt to all types of installation.

Moreover, this new engine is also compatible with Stage V for off-road applications where it is especially appreciated for its gear-driven timing and integrated side power take-off.

For more details of this engine, including the main technical specifications, power curves, characteristics and basic bill of material, please consult the data sheet available on our web-site.


VM Motori starts production of the new EURO VI D engines

As of July 2019, VM started the production of the new engines range, which meet the European emission limits for heavy duty trucks EURO VI D.

In order to comply with the severe polluting limits an innovate technology for the reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOx) has been introduced, together with the optimization of combustion with new calibration strategies.

VM Engines Compatible for HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) Fuel

VM’s R754 EURO VI A-C-D and R754ISE5 Stage V engines have been tested to verify their suitability for the use of HVO EN 15940 ecological fuel. The tests have demonstrated that HVO fuel can be safely used with no impact on emissions, performance or reliability, and without requiring modifications to the engine or additional maintenance.

HVO fuel is an ecological and sustainable synthetic diesel which is produced mainly from renewable sources such as oils and vegetable fats. The hydrogenation process creates a high-quality paraffinic fuel which has a high cetane number (>70) and a pure composition. Its density is around 7% less than diesel making it more stable. Compared to traditional diesel fuel, HVO has a reduced aromatic and sulphur content while the H/C (hydrogen/carbon) ration is slightly higher. Additionally, it is not susceptible to bacterial growth therefore making it ideal for long storage. HVO fuel is particularly suitable for rigid climates where the high cetane number and low gelling point (-32°C) make it ideal for cold starts. It can be blended and used in any proportion with diesel which allows for ease of transition.



Sebah appointed new distributor for UK and ROI

are pleased to announce that we have signed an agreement with Sebah Automotive Ltd. to act as a distributor for our Industrial, Agricultural & Marine engines and special applications in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Sebah will also sell spare parts and offer after-sales service.

Established in 1995, Sebah Automotive Ltd. has been active in the UK market for more than 25 years and we look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration.


VM MOTORI at the Genoa Boat Show

The 2019 edition of the Genoa Boat Show ended successfully

Even this year, VM participated with the dealer Lorenzoni, presenting the new MR506SH3 & MR506SS3 engines, respectively with 270 HP and 230 HP of max power.

Genquip Appointed Distributor for Australia

We are pleased to announce that we have signed an agreement with Genquip Power Products to act as a distributer for our Industrial & Marine engines in Australia.

They will also sell spare parts and offer after-sales service.

Genquip Power Products has been supplying the Australian market since 2004 and has offices in NSW and VIC.

We look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration.


Contact details:
Name: Mr. Paul Johnson
Phone: +61 (02) 9724 3344
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.genquip.com.au



Start of production of the R753IE5 Stage V 55 kW engine

Compactness, performance and low fuel consumption are the main features that distinguish the new 55kW 2.2L Stage V 3-cylinder engine, approved to be used in many sectors that require compliance with the most stringent emission regulations.

This new engine maintains the peculiarities of the previous VM Motori industrial productions, implementing the most advanced anti-pollution technologies for optimizing the combustion and the exhaust after treatment system.

For more details, you can view the relevant leaflet on the VM Motori website and address your needs to our commercial engine distribution network.