Engine Builder Announces its 2020 Diesel of the Year Winner - Engine Builder Magazine

Engine Builder Announces its 2020 Diesel of the Year Winner

Diesel of the Week is presented by

Engine Builder has announced its 2020 Diesel of the Year winning engine – a triple turbo 6.8L Cummins – built by Josh McCormack of Power Driven Diesel in Cedar City, UT.

Josh McCormack’s triple turbo 6.8L Cummins

The 2020 Diesel of the Year contest, stems from Engine Builder’s Diesel of the Week series, sponsored by AMSOIL INC. This series began in 2019 as a way to showcase the increasing number of diesel performance engines being built. The Diesel of the Week profiles engine builders, their shops and a specific diesel engine build in detail.

Out of the 52 diesel engines profiled in 2020, Engine Builder’s readers and social media audience selected a Top 10 diesel engines worthy of being crowned Diesel of the Year. The 2020 Top 10 diesels were:

Those Top 10 diesels were pitted against one another in a two-week voting contest on Engine Builder’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. After voting dust settled, Josh McCormack’s Triple Turbo 6.8L Cummins claimed the Diesel of the Year crown for 2020. For more details on the winning diesel, click here. If you’re interested in being part of the 2021 Diesel of the Week series, please email Editor Greg Jones at [email protected].

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