Ford’s F-150 pickup truck models earn top IIHS safety rating. Chevrolet, Ram and Toyota trucks get poorer grades in latest crash test results.
An aging pickup truck fleet and healthy economy are pushing pickup truck sales to new heights this year.
The American Trucking Associations and Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association want to hold a biennial truck and transportation show and conference in North America.
Isuzu has contracted with Spartan Motors to build its new FTR truck. The Japanese company also promoted Shaun Skinner to president of its U.S. operations.
The FCA Group’s brand has won market share and boosted profitability by listening more closely to customers and breaking the mold of what a pickup can be. But its president says Ram is not resting, given the hyper-competitiveness of the segment.
Nissan introduced its new Titan half-ton pickup truck at the 2016 NY Auto Show, hoping it will tow the company out of last place in the U.S. truck market.
John Krafcik, head of Google’s Self-Driving Car Project, cautions that autonomous vehicles still face many challenges before commercial rollout.
Daimler used a section of public highway in Germany to test technology that allows self-driving trucks in a tight platoon formation to save fuel and reduce emissions.
Ford introduces its Trailer Reverse Guidance system to help prevent jackknifing, while GM counters with a camera system for the Chevrolet Silverado.
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