Gasoline Engines (28)
Manufacturers of traditional gasoline engines and related components.
Achates Power in San Diego, California.
A developer of 2-stroke, opposed-piston, compression-ignition engine technology.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
Camcraft, Inc. in Hanover Park, Illinois.
A hydraulics and flow component specialist. Product areas include engineered components and assemblies in the areas of fuel systems (injector, pump or rail components); control valves (variable valve timing, cam-phasing, cylinder deactivation, stability control systems, variable displacement compressors and transmissions), and emerging technologies (occupant sensors, variable compression ration (VCR), camless engines).
Cummins, Inc. in Columbus, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures, distributes and services engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, and emissions solutions, etc.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Saltillo, Coahuia.
Produces the 3.6-liter V-6 Pentastar engine. Stamping plant capabilities include body panels.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
Assembly plant for the 2013 Dodge Viper SRT Roadster and V-10 engine.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
Produces Pentastar V-6 engines.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Dundee, Michigan.
Site activities include engine component machining, assembly of 1.4-liter, 16-valve engines, 2.0- and 2.4-liter I-4 naturally aspirated engines and 2.0-liter dual overhead cam engines as well as engine testing. Products include cranks, heads and blocks.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Trenton, Michigan.
Produces the 3.6-liter V-6 Pentastar engine as well as related engine components.
General Motors Corporation in Romulus, Michigan.
Produces V6 engines. Plant partially closed for re-tooling. To resume production in 2015.
GE Waukesha Gas Engines in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of engines and components for automotive and industrial applications.
GM Spring Hill Manufacturing in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Produces the Cadillac XT5 and the GMC Acadia as well as 4-cylinder engines, various stampings. Note: This facility is scheduled to begin building small block V8 engines by the end of 2016.
Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC in Lincoln, Alabama.
A vehicle and engine manufacturer. Produces the Honda Odyssey minivan, Pilot crossover and Ridgeline pickup. Operations include stamping, welding, painting, plastic injection molding, casting, machining, sub-assembly and assembly, testing, and quality assurance testing.
Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. in Anna, Ohio.
Products include 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines. Products include engine blocks and heads, cam shafts, crank shafts, drive shafts, cylinder sleeves and brakes as well as pulley components for continuously variable transmissions. Operations include aluminum die-casting, cold forging, etc.
IAV Automotive Engineering Inc. in Northville, Michigan.
A powertrain engineering service provider in the fields of powertrain calibration, algorithm and software development, and system design for gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions (automatic, manual, AMT and DCT) and hybrid systems.
LIM Technology, LLC in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Expertise in the research and development of direct injection 2-stroke engines. Service includes design and testing of special projects and fabrication of machined parts of titanium and aluminum. Designs, fabricates, assembles and tests experimental engines. Capabilities include fabrication in iron, steel, aluminum, titanium, other metals and most plastics.
Nissan North America, Inc. in Decherd, Tennessee.
Produces 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline engines. Scheduled to produce motors for the electric Leaf vehicle. Site capabilities include crankshaft forging and cylinder block casting.
Pace Industries, Inc. in Grafton, Wisconsin.
A supplier of high pressure aluminum and fully-machined die castings produced on 600 ton thru 1800 ton machines, using 380 and 413 aluminum alloys to produce gear covers, rocker housings & covers, flywheel housings and other engine components.
Paice LLC in Baltimore, Maryland.
Developer of the Hyperdrive™ powertrain that allows automobiles to improve fuel economy, emissions and maintain or even improve vehicle driving characteristics, such as acceleration, passing and incline power.
Pinnacle Engines in San Carlos, California.
A technology company specializing in four-stroke engines based on spark-ignited (Si), opposed-piston, sleeve-valve architecture.
PMC SMART Solutions, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A plastic injection molder. Supplies integrated plastic components and assemblies to the automotive and other industries. Specializes in under-hood components for engine management systems. Expertise in plastic processing of thermoplastic insert, hot-oil, thermoset, compression and transfer molding plastic materials including glass-filled nylons, PPS, Acetal/POM, PPA/Amodel, PET, PBT, ABS, etc. Capabilities include product design, prototyping, tooling and high-volume production.
PurePOWER Technologies, LLC in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Provides metal casting services. Products include cylinder blocks and heads. Secondary operations include powder coating, stress relief and machining.
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. in Lake Forest, California.
Specializes in designing and integrating complete OEM powertrain systems for a multitude of applications including alternative fuel, gasoline, diesel, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles.
The Scuderi Group, LLC in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
Proprietors of advanced engine technology and developers of the Scuderi split-cycle engine.
Tour Engine, Inc. in San Diego, California.
A developer of split-cycle internal combustion (IC) engine designs.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama.
Manufactures V6 and V8 engines for light trucks. Operations include machining and assembly.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario.
Produces the Corolla, Matrix and Lexus RX 350 for North America.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia, Inc. in Buffalo, West Virginia.
Products include four- and six-cylinder engines as well as automatic transmissions and gears. Operations include machining and assembly.