Fuel cell truck developer Nikola Motor knows its future is tied directly to its ability to provide hydrogen fuel to its customers, and it has a plan that could bring hydrogen to the masses as well.
Fuel cell-truck developer Nikola Motor hopes to convince investors of its credibility with a display of products as it launches a $1.5 billion investment drive.
Fuel cell truck developer Nikola Motor sees hydrogen replacing diesel in a decade and plans to build its own fuel cell lab, at a cost of “several hundred million dollars,” to bolster its competitiveness.
Appointing a new chief executive at electric truck chassis developer Motiv Power Systems is the young company’s declaration that it has passed the startup stage.
A production deal with Detroit Chassis means Motiv Power Systems can cut the cost of its EPIC electric chassis for medium-duty trucks.
Anthony Levandowski believes the trucking industry shouldn’t have to wait for full autonomous driving systems when technology exists now to improve safety and make drivers’ lives better.
Nikola Motor founder Trevor Milton talks about the company’s investors, the war of words with Elon Musk and Nikola’s future in a candid Trucks.com interview.
Startup Rivian Automotive appears to have caught the interest of General Motors and Amazon, and the two reportedly are looking to invest in the electric truck developer.
The electric truck market is getting more interesting as hydrogen fuel-cell proponent Nikola Motor says it will offer two battery-electric options, setting up competition with the Tesla Semi.