The automotive supplier KSPG employed elaborate simulations to examine the CO2-lowering effect of its product portfolio.
Optimisation of internal combustion engines. The targets are more power with lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Propelled by Large Pistons from KSPG, Harmony of the Seas to set sail in 2016.
Electromobility is nothing new for KSPG - KSPG is paving the way for electric motors, hybrid units, etc.
KSPG technology helps deliver letters and parcels with the battery-powered Streetscooter.
The challenge of the future: A balance of optimum performance and resource conservation.
The new site is ready to start manufacturing solenoid valves and other passenger car and commercial vehicle components from spring 2014.
The Chinese automobile market has kept the industry on the edge of its seat for several years now. For KSPG investing in China has long since paid off.
KSPG is already ideally positioned to take the challenge of stricter CO2 limits for new vehicles in 2021.
About the development of commercial vehicles and propulsion systems in the coming years.
KSPG has pooled its business and key production activities for the North American market in a plant in Celaya.
Jumbo pistons from Neckarsulm are popular with makers of heavy four-stroke engines. AIDAprima cruise ships count on KSPG large pistons.
KSPG taps the important Asian market much more effectively by building plants and supply customers in China, Japan and Korea.
Laser weapons offer precision and minimise collateral damage
High-mobility trucks for specific tactical and technical missions.
RMMV's logistics vehicles – highly mobile and mission-proven
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) secured major orders, among other countries, Australia, New Zealand and Denmark.
The High-Energy Laser: Weapon of the Future Already a Reality at Rheinmetall.
Rheinmetall supplied the technology for a maritime simulation centre of AIDA Cruises.
What do Rheinmetall and butterflies have in common? Not much, you might think. And yet the opposite is true.
A reliable "workhorse" for the German Bundeswehr: the Fox armoured wheeled vehicle. Thanks to its design concept, the vehicle can be put to multiple uses.
Optimum protection for whales by modern detection and alert system.
By the end of 2020, the Bundeswehr will have taken delivery of 350 of these armored vehicles to replace the MARDER, which is being phased out.
The Rheinmetall test site on the Lüneburger Heide is an important natural environment not only for MARDER, PUMA and LEO but also for wolves, lynxes and beavers.