Developed for the most demanding heavy duty needs, the Cursor family provides robust design for highly intensive missions in a wide range of agriculture and construction applications from 175 to 570 kW.
First launched in 1998, the Cursor range has gone through continuous improvements to keep pace with growing customers’ requirements in performance and efficiency, while complying with stricter emission regulations and always offering innovative technical contents, such as variable-geometry turbochargers, high-pressure common rail injection, new materials and breakthrough after-treatment technologies.
Specifically designed for heavy duty off-road applications, all Cursor engines share 6 cylinder architecture and EGR-free technology, ensuring optimal engine output with efficient combustion, resulting in effective performance and low cooling requirements, unchanged from Stage IIIA to Stage V for smart synergies across machine layouts.
Moreover, all engines meet Stage V regulation with maintenance-free HI-eSCR2 system, the latest generation of FPT’s longstanding experience in after-treatment technology, proven by more than 1 million systems sold to date.
No need of filter replacement over lifecycle, together with up to 600 hours oil change interval, minimizes running costs.
Cursor engines are available with 4 different displacement (8.7 / 11.1 / 12.9 / 15.9 lt) covering a wide range of applications, meeting the most demaning needs of agriculture, construction and industrial machines (such as large-size tractors, harvesting machines, wheel loaders, forestry equipment).
Awarded as “Diesel of the Year 2014”, Cursor16 was launched as brand new engine in 2014 based upon the longstanding off and on-road heritage of Cursor family. Cursor16 was originally applied on record-breaking Combine Harvester and is the only 16-liter on the market specifically designed and validated for industrial applications, delivering 18-liter performance in a 13 liter engine package