Tesla's planned "Cybertruck" will be polarizing because of its looks and isn't likely to cut into Detroit's dominance of the pickup truck market, auto industry analysts told Trucks.com.
Tesla unveiled its Cybertruck, a stainless steel behemoth that’s all sharp angles and flat surfaces hiding a lot of practical truck capability for a planned starting price of $39,000.
Ford unveils its Mustang Mach-E, a crossover for drivers who want an American muscle car vehicle that doesn’t run on gasoline fuel.
Infiniti, Nissan’s luxury brand, plans to begin introducing electric powertrains in the early 2020s but will favor those that don’t come with a plug.
The California Air Resources Board stripped car buyers of the ability to claim state rebates on the most expensive electrified cars and has slashed the list of plug-in hybrids eligible for incentives by 50 percent.
Electrified vehicles, with and without plugs, will account for half of all new passenger vehicle sales globally by 2030, according to a new report.
Electric truck specialist Motiv Power Systems said it has raised $60 million in new investment as it enters its second decade.
Autonomous vehicles could remove many truck drivers and supply handlers from the line of fire in U.S. Army operations.
Food companies such as brewing giant Anheuser-Busch and snack purveyor Frito-Lay are adding electric trucks to their fleets.