Mack History 1990

1990 - Mack Trucks, Inc. becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Renault V.I. The company became one of North America's largest producers of heavy-duty diesel trucks, in addition to major product components, and is an integral member of the worldwide Renault Group.

When coupled with the V-MAC Electronic Engine Control System - introduced in 1990 - the company's current engine line offers customers an unprecedented level of control in tailoring performance options to their specific requirements. The V-MAC system has led the industry with such innovations as cruise auto-resume and dual-PTO capability.

Mack patented a unique, electronically controlled, variable-injection timing system for exclusive use with its E7 engines. The Econovance Variable Injection Timing system optimizes fuel efficiency and lowers emissions.

In 1991, Mack developed the High Swirl/Moderately High Injection Pressure Combustion System to optimize the mixing of diesel fuel and air in its E7 and E9 engines. The system increases combustion efficiency, and in the process, improves fuel economy, lowers emissions, maintains oil viscosity, and lengthens oil change intervals.

   1990 - The first Metro-Liner is launched in Australia.
 

1994 - The Richlands Assembly plant achieves its highest ever level of production in a year  - 852 trucks built.

    The Mack Titan is released into the Australian Market

1995 - The Titan is released into the Australian Market.

 Largest Mack Truck in Australia is released – the Big Foot mining truck  1996 – Largest Mack Truck in Australia is released – the Big Foot mining truck.