Hyundai Motor Co. has an ambitious plan to wean the global trucking industry from fossil fuels by creating commercial trucks with the same power and range as their diesel counterparts.
Interact Analysis says that electrification will be a crucial trend in off-highway vehicles. Stringent emissions standards coming into play in regions such as Europe, India and China will encourage electric equipment adoption.
Trevor Milton, founder of Nikola Motor, takes on diesel trucks when he explains his vision for the hydrogen trucking company.
Upcoming Nikola fuel cell trucks will bring advanced technology into heavy-duty truck design, an industry long resistant to wholesale change.
Winnebago is converting commercial RVs to electric power to help educate preschoolers in Colorado and make it easier for youths in California to breathe.
Mack Trucks has unveiled a battery-powered version of its Mack LR, joining truck makers globally in urban-use testing of battery electric garbage trucks.
Nikola Motor parted ways with fuel cell stack supplier PowerCell earlier this month, but the two could be reunited with Robert Bosch as intermediary.
Alternative fuels provider Trillium introduces a system for the trucking industry that combines power from the grid with on-site energy generation and storage to control fuel costs.
With the announcement of two new partnerships, two new e-axle systems and the acquisition of two companies, the world’s largest manufacturer of fully automatic transmissions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles moves into electric propulsion.
Swedish truck maker Volvo has adopted a holistic approach to electrification, autonomous and connected-vehicle technologies to burnish its sustainability credentials.
The CityFreighter CF1 is a battery electric medium-duty delivery truck prototype with an ultra-low loading floor, keyless entry and sleek modern design to make delivery jobs easier and more appealing.
Commercial supplier Dana Inc. will offer a light-duty electric powertrain to equip Class 2 through Class 6 work trucks with up to 885 pound-feet of torque.