Consumer Reports tested 17 pickup trucks and only liked two, demonstrating that it believes there’s plenty of room for improvement in the segment, which accounts for one out every five new vehicle sales.
Daimler Trucks North America unveiled the powertrain it will use in electric truck production and made the first move to transition its diesel engine brand to electrification.
Electric trucks fit the needs of U.S. Postal Service delivery routes and might make the most financial sense because of greater reliability and lower cost of operation.
Navistar International Corp. is jumping into a collaboration with General Motors Co. to develop hydrogen fuel cell trucks for long haul trucking.
The Trucks.com handy guide to towing boats, trailers and other equipment safely.
Electric truck startup Rivian continues to attract investors, closing a $2.65 billion funding round.
Trucking remains one of the deadliest occupations, according to the latest federal data on workplace deaths.
Jeep unveiled the Grand Cherokee L as it works to defend its position in the SUV market and bring in more consumers by offering a 7-seat version.
Electric commercial vehicle startup Workhorse Group said Monday that it received its largest order to date.
The economics of operating heavy-duty electric trucks remains behind their diesel-fueled counterparts but is improving, according to Goldman Sachs.
Toyota has developed a second-generation hydrogen fuel cell system to power heavy-duty trucks.
Volvo Trucks’ launch production of electric Class 8 trucks next month at its main factory in Virginia demonstrates how regulatory and business trends are transforming the trucking industry.