EPA Certification – 2015MY Ford F-250/350 6.2L Bi-Fuel CNG

Landi Renzo USA, a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM), is pleased to announce EPA certification for the 2015MY Ford F 250/350 6.2L bi-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) system. The EPA Certificate of Conformity includes model year 2015 Landi Renzo USA Bi-Fuel conversion for the Ford F-series Medium Duty Truck equipped with the 6.2L engine –

NTEA Work Truck Show – 2014

With this year’s NTEA Work Truck Show and Green Truck Summit rapidly approaching, Landi Renzo USA, the global leader in alternative fuel systems, is looking forward to seeing  you and showcasing our lineup of alternative fuel products, available on a variety of platforms. Our featured vehicle this year will be a 2014MY Ford F-550 Super

Landi Renzo USA Gets California Certification for 2014 Ford Vans

Landi Renzo USA, which is emphasizing a broad collection of early certifications for its natural gas upfits of late-model vehicles, reports California Air Resources Board certification for 2014 Ford vans with the 5.4-liter engine for CNG. Landi has previously announced U.S. EPA certification of its bi-fuel compressed natural gas-gasoline upfits for the Ford F-250 and

Landi Renzo USA Announces the Development of Dual Fuel CNG System for Detroit Diesel 12.7L S60 Engine

Landi Renzo USA, a leading provider of automotive natural gas systems, announces the development of a dual fuel (diesel and natural gas) system for heavy duty trucks. Technology The dual fuel system for factory remanufactured Detroit Diesel S60 12.7L engines – developed through Landi Renzo’s in-house engineering and technical team – will allow operators of

New York Joins Other States in Support of EPA Aftermarket CNG Systems

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has formally indicated that it will allow the use of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified systems on any motor vehicles labeled as a 50-state vehicle. For vehicles labeled and certified as California-only, New York will continue to require the use of California Air Resources Board (CARB)