Navistar’s IC Bus brand highlighted its relationship with PSI at its booth during the National Association for Pupil Transportation Summit (NAPT) show in Kansas City October 27-30. The booth – themed “The Power of Choice” – featured an IC school bus powered by a PSI 8.8-liter gasoline engine. In addition, the display featured PSI’s 8.8-liter propane engine and an interactive exhibit detailing propane, gasoline, diesel and electric.
PSI received positive feedback from dealers and other customers during the show regarding the quality of its products. Customers noted their high satisfaction with PSI’s 8.8-liter propane and 8.8-liter gasoline engines. The demand for PSI’s engines in the school bus market is high, with many customers noting they wanted more engines produced at a faster rate.
PSI’s presence at Navistar’s NAPT booth reflects the strong relationship between the two companies. IC Bus first produced a bus powered by PSI’s 8.8-liter propane engine in 2015, and the first bus with PSI’s 8.8-liter gasoline engine was released in 2018.