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Orbital's Director of Engineering Geoff Cathcart with an early prototype of the HFE "Redback" Small Unmanned Aerial System engine.
Orbital worked closely with Ford to develop an LPG system that is both highly effective and innovative.
Ford's new Falcon EcoLPi earned top honours at the 2011 Australia's Best Cars awards with key help from Perth-based Orbital Corporation.
Orbital's aftermarket LPi Liquid LPG injection kit is available for more than 50 models.
[Front row, from left] Changan's ICCS project director, Dr Zhan, Orbital's project manager, Nick Coplin, Orbital's director of engineering, Geoff Cathcart, and technical members of the ICCS team review the demonstrator vehicle's results prior to its return to China.
Orbital's acquisition of a stake in Sprint Gas will enable both companies to provide a range of LPG engine systems at competitive prices. (R to L: Orbital CEO Terry Stinson with Sprint Gas owner Mirella Boemo.)
The ICCS engine was displayed to the public for the first time at the Shanghai Auto Show in April.
Liquid LPG injection (LLi) retrofit kits from Orbital Autogas Systems are now available for a range of Commodore VE V6 and VZ V8 models, as well as Statesman long wheelbase WL and WM models.
An Orbital Autogas-powered Ford Falcon in action at the recent Exceptional Energy Drive Day in Canberra.