Increased responsiveness, fuel efficiency and heightened safety are combined in an engine that outperforms conventional diesels.
Its reduced size and weight belies the power from a four cylinder, eight piston supercharged 2-stroke diesel engine that weighs in with an impressive 300hp.
A 3.7 litre capacity and reduced mass means there is no compromise on power compared to conventional diesels of similar power output, as well as being more efficient and safer to store than comparative output gasoline engines.
The highest power density diesel outboard engine ever developed
Equivalent to petrol outboards of same power
Longer than traditional gasoline outboards
Pioneering motor sport engineer David Cox took his Formula 1 concept of opposed piston architecture and was the first to apply it to a marine outboard engine.
The result is the same power density in a smaller, lighter package as the CXO300 provides all the power of a diesel inboard with the convenience and flexibility of an outboard.
Want to find out more?
We will be exhibiting at:
Euronaval Paris, Le Bourget
17-21 October 2016