GMC wants to separate itself in the auto market by positioning the brand as a premium seller of pickup trucks and SUVs
From new technology innovations to burgeoning trade wars, 2019 was an exciting -- and sometimes hectic -- year for the trucking industry.
Editor’s note: Written by Aaron Terrazas, director of economic research at Convoy, a digital freight network. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders. The American labor m...
Volvo Trucks launched its first step in marketing electric heavy-duty trucks in the U.S. this week, unveiling a large program that will put more than 50 electric vehicles in service.
Fuel cell commercial truck developer Nikola Corp. plans to join the growing market for zero-emission pickup trucks by launching the Badger.
A Mercedes-Benz camper, Jeep Gladiator desert runner and improved Chrysler Pacifica minivan were among the top vehicles at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show
Mercedes-Benz is jumping into the camper business by using its Metris cargo van as a base. It unveiled the Weekender camper at the Chicago Auto Show on Thursday.
As the trucking industry starts a new decade, it faces technological transformation, economic pressures, and shifting workforce dynamics.
General Motors will relaunch its behemoth Hummer as an all-electric pickup truck under its GMC brand.
Self-driving vehicle developer Waymo and shipping giant UPS launched a pilot program to use autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans to shuttle packages around the Phoenix metro area.