Τhe Detroit Diesel
 


History
• 1938: The company was founded by General Motors as the GM Diesel Division. Its initial product line was the Series 71 engine family.
• World War II: When WWII broke out, DDC's two-cycle, lightweight, compact engine is in great demand for landing craft, tanks, road building equipment, and standby generators.
• 1957: Introduction of the Series 53 & Series V-71 engines.
• 1965: GM Diesel becomes Detroit Diesel Engine Division. Also, the Series 149 is introduced, replacing the prior Series 110.
• • 1970: General Motors based Allison Division, to form the Detroit Diesel Allison Division.
• 1974: Series 92 introduced.
• 1987: Series 60 introduced.
• 1988: Penske Corporation buys a portion of the company.
• 2000: DaimlerChrysler AG purchased the company, merging it with their MTU Friedrichshafen, creating the DaimlerChrysler Powersystems division.
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