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New D13 is Volvo Penta’s strongest marine engine


Volvo Penta, a global engine manufacturer with headquarters in Sweden, introduced its most powerful marine engine to date at the Sydney International Boat Show in August. The D13-IPS1350, a 1000hp 13-liter diesel engine, delivers more power and increased durability for yachts up to 120 feet.

Volvo Penta’s complementary Inboard Performance System (IPS) pod drive, also revealed at the Sydney show, has been upgraded to match the higher power of the engine.

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