Lordstown Motors, the company acquiring GM’s Lordstown, Ohio, factory to build electric trucks faces stiff competition from far better-capitalized companies.
Toyota Motor Corp. is expanding its U.S. hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty truck program, unveiling a utility tractor rig designed to pull cargo containers at ports.
Among great deals available this month are double-digit percentages off MSRP on models including the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.
With dealers clearing inventory to make room for 2020 models, this is the month to look for a good deal on several full-size truck models.
Chevrolet showed a 1962 C-10 pickup truck converted to an electric vehicle at SEMA to demonstrate there is room for automotive enthusiasts in the transition to green transport.
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.
Tesla is ahead of schedule on its plans to launch production of its Model Y electric crossover at the automaker’s factory in Fremont, Calif.
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.
Electric trucks, alternative fuels and autonomous driving technology headlined the announcements at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta this week.
Hyundai unveiled a fuel cell heavy-duty truck at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show and said it might enter the U.S. commercial vehicle market.