Scuderi Engine Makes Stops in Germany and Michigan

Posted on 12 October 2006 | 0 Comments


September was a busy month for the Scuderi road crew, making exhibition and speaking engagement appearances in the U.S. and Germany. During the weeks of Sept. 18 and Sept. 25, Scuderi was a featured exhibitor at the International Automobile Association’s Commercial Vehicle Show where the group debuted the diesel designs. A massive two-week long event attended by automobile OEMs, engine enthusiasts, engineers, and the general public, the IAA allowed the Scuderi team to meet new people in the European auto industry and gain even more visibility to the diesel and commercial vehicle markets overseas. "It was another successful show for us and enabled us to meet so many potential partners in the commercial vehicle industry in Europe,” said Nick Scuderi, vice president of global sales and marketing. “As with the other trade shows we have chose to exhibit at this year, we experienced a steady stream of interest every day of the event that helped us begin – as well as continue – some very key relationships we are building in that region." Meanwhile, back in the U.S., Scuderi President Sal Scuderi gave a presentation to attendees of the Global Powertrain Conference held Sept. 20 at the expo center in the Detroit suburb of Novi, MI. Sal spoke to various auto engineers about the benefits of the air-hybrid engine in his presentation “Hybrid Efficiency with Super-Charged Power in a Low Cost Package” as part of the Advanced Propulsion Systems track. Sal was originally invited to speak at the conference by JD Power, one of the conference organizers. Stay tuned for a video podcast of Sal’s presentation. We'll be posting a link here to the video soon.