“We don't just do diesel”
Andreas Schell explains how the company is to stay at the cutting edge of drive and propulsion technology.
Another positive business performance
Rolls-Royce Power Systems did not just meet its objectives for the year, it also turned in the best revenue performance in the company's history.
Digitalization and mechanical engineering
How to bring to the realm of mechanical engineering the digital applications that people benefit from in their everyday lives.
Digital offerings enhance the service experience.
An agile, flat organization: Inside MTU’s new Digital Team.
Customer Service 4.0
The new Customer Care Centers are part of a drive to transform its global customer service.
When computers were the future
Two design engineers look back over 30 years of MTU development.
MTU Turkey celebrates
MTU Turkey shows an impressive track record after 25 years in the business.
This picture was taken over 80 years ago. It shows the speedboat racer Donnerwetter, one of the two demonstration craft of Maybach-Motorenbau.
What does the T in MTU stand for?
The letter T in MTU actually stands for turbine. We take a look at how that came about.
How big you have grown!
MTU Singapore was the company's very first foreign subsidiary, and is celebrating its fortieth anniversary this year.
3 days, 8 hours, 27 minutes
In 1986, the Virgin Atlantic Challenger II crossed the Atlantic in the record time of 3 days, 8 hours and 27 minutes. The crew now met up again.
Detroit and the Diesel
Detroit Diesel has been owned by MTU since the year 2000. Having started out as General Motors, it can look back on an exciting history.
Ahead of its time
The MTU Series 4000 engine was the first high-speed, high-performance diesel engine with common rail injection.
Learning to fly
Karl Maybach presented the first modern aviation engine in 1917 and tested it at an altitude of 1,800 meters.
All because of a storm
MTU's history goes back to 1909, when it began building engines for airships.
“Maybach lives on in the minds of the staff ”
Interview with Irmgard Schmid-Maybach, granddaughter of Karl Maybach.
Only flying was faster
In 1933, the `Fliegender Hamburger´ made the journey from Berlin to Hamburg in two hours and 18 minutes – a quantum leap for its time.