THE CONCEPT

OXE is the worlds first high performance diesel outboard setting new standards for durability, fuel-efficiency and low emissions for an outboard engine.

Use of a marinized automotive diesel engine that is mounted horizontally, tested over time in line with automotive demand and proven through millions of miles in production cars.

The concept eliminates bevel gears and transfer shafts by utilizing innovative belt technology which allows for high torque transfer. The slim submerged modules provides less drag, reduces fuel consumption and increases speed.

“THE OXE POWER HEAD IS A WELL PROVEN DIESEL ENGINE INHERENTLY MORE EFFICIENT THAN GASOLINE ENGINES CONTRIBUTING TO LOW FUEL CONSUMPTION”

LEADING INNOVATIONS

Innovations are required to fill the demands of the marine market. A new concept capable of coping with the high torque outputs from modern power-heads.

It is time to increase endurance, reliability and strength of marine products. Further escalating the demand on power trains. The bevel gear systems found in inboard and stern drive solutions needs to be replaced.

FEATURES

  • Diesel Engine
  • Low-Speed Control
  • Fuel Economy
  • CAN based helm control system
  • Dual helm capability
  • Capable of joystick docking with GPS anchor
  • Robust modular design
  • Low drag propulsion housing
  • Directly replaceable with other outboards
  • Quick shift capable

 

 

THE NAME

OXE is the Swedish name for an OX. We wanted a name that reflects the fundamental concepts from which this product has been developed – reliability, strength, and endurance – all significant attributes of an OX. Using OXE as the product name also pays tribute to the hard work, stubbornness and relentless effort the team has spent to fulfill the demands of the marine market, transferring them into a product worthy of trust.

The OXE Diesel is designed to withstand the punishing conditions experienced in marine environments. Stress tests on hulls from the Swedish coast guard have shown that engines in their high-speed boats are regularly exposed to forces of up to 7 g. In order to endure these kind of forces, the product must be robust and have strength – just like an OX.

KEY FACTORS