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Matching refinement with power with ultra-low emissions, the 3.0L 24 v has to be the ultimate in diesel engines. The 60° V configuration makes this engine particularly flexible in its design.

It can be tailored to meet each individual customer's requirements, be it designed for either transversal or longitudinal application. It ideally powers luxury sedans and large SUV’s in demanding markets like US and Europe requiring emission homologation according to EU5 and NAFTA.


A 630 DOHC


The A630V6 engine, meeting Euro5 emission norms, is intended for the European market and all those countries requiring to meet the same emission regulations.

In the 250 CV automotive version, this 3.0L 24 v turbocharged engine leads the way in power, torque, refinement and emissions.

Main technical features include a 2000 bar injection system, a chain-driven, double overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder, cooled EGR system, cylinder block in CGI (Cast Graphite Iron), and electrically actuated variable Geometry turbocharger.



Engine A 630 DOHC
Displacement 2987 cc
Cylinders 6 a V di 60°
Valves 24
Injection Common rail
Max Power 184 kW
@ 4000 rpm
Torque 570 Nm
@ 1800 rpm
Weight 220 Kg
Emission Euro 5b/+

In accordance to 80/1269/ECC as last amended by 1999/99/EEC
NOTE: in order to meet specific vehicle requirements and specifications, performance de-rating is possible.

 Data Sheet







L 630 DOHC


The L version of the 3L V6 has been specifically developed to meet the challenging emission norms of North America market (NAFTA) and provides 177 kW power and 570 Nm torque.

Main technical features include a 2000 bar injection system, a chain-driven, double overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder, cooled EGR system, cylinder block in CGI (Cast Graphite Iron), an electrically actuated variable Geometry turbocharger,.

The engine is fitted with specific sensors to meet the On-Board-Diagnostic requirements (OBD-II)




Engine L 630 DOHC
Displacement 2987 cc
Cylinders 6 a V di 60 °
Valves 24
Injection Common rail
Max Power 179 kW
@ 4000 rpm
Torque 570 Nm
@ 1800 rpm
Weight 220 Kg
Emission Tier2 Bin5

In accordance to 80/1269/ECC as last amended by 1999/99/EEC
NOTE: in order to meet specific vehicle requirements and specifications, performance de-rating is possible.

Data Sheet








The V6 engine version named HP (High Power) has been specifically designed with the target to top the performance of this engine family with no compromise on fuel economy and emissions. Having achieved the target, this diesel engine is now  the most powerful single turbo diesel engine in the market worldwide, with 200kW  @4000 rpm.

The use of a Variable geometry turbo with ‘ball bearing’ technology, coupled with 2000 bar Common rail injection system and steel exhaust manifold manufactured with ‘air gap’ technology made this achievement possible.
The ‘ball bearing’ turbo is based on ceramic ball bearing supporting the turbo shaft, instead of the more traditional oil lubricated bearing, obtaining a lower friction and a much faster response in terms of time and torque, during transient state at low rpm (“time to boost”), and a reduction of fuel consumption at full load.

The 2000 bar injection system, featuring the very latest injector model CRI2-20, ensures the top performance in terms of power, torque, fuel economy and noise.
The extreme performance achieved required a special design of exhaust manifold, manufactured with ultra-high strength stainless steel AISI 309, with limited weight and size. The manifold is formed by two steel layers separated by an air gap, hence the name of ‘air gap’ manufacturing technology.


Engine A 630 DOHC HP
Displacement 2987 cc
Cilinders 6 a V di 60°
Valves 24
Injection Common Rail
Max Power 202 kW
@ 4000 rpm
Torque 600 Nm
@ 2000 rpm
Weight 220 Kg
Emission Euro 5+

In accordance to 80/1269/ECC as last amended by 1999/99/EEC
NOTE: in order to meet specific vehicle requirements and specifications, performance de-rating is possible.

Data Sheet