SUVs debuting at the New York International Auto Show include the redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback and the Lincoln Corsair, Toyota Highlander and Mercedes-Benz GLS.
Electric Trucks are far from a tipping point, but the 2019 Work Truck Show showcased serious exploration.
Nissan Trucks announced a collaboration with Rocky Ridge Trucks to offer premodified vehicles that can be financed at the time of purchase, with the modifications included in a factory warranty.
Mitsubishi Fuso debuted a gasoline-powered FE180 Class 5 work truck for customers who don’t want the added expense of diesel.
At the 2019 Work Truck Show, XL Fleet Electrification revealed a plug-in hybrid Ford F-250 pickup capable of doubling the miles per gallon of the conventional truck.
Nissan debuted the second in a series of three trucks for its Calling All Titans campaign. The truck will be used in Dallas for Habitat for Humanity after its appearance at Work Truck Show.
Ford announced a broad series of powertrain and technology improvements to its Transit vans and medium duty trucks at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis this week.
Ford Motor Co. is looking to plug a gap in an already robust truck lineup with the introduction of the F-600 at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.
IHS Markit and the National Truck Equipment Association worked together to make it easier for upfitters to complete and print certifications for modified trucks.
Ford is upgrading the 2020 Transit cargo van with new engine choices, a 10-speed automatic transmission and safety features such as automatic emergency braking.