With more than 15,000 orders and advance reservations for battery- and fuel cell electric trucks and buses, 2018 looks to be the launch pad year for commercial vehicle electrification.
Shipping giant UPS said it will buy 950 electric delivery trucks from Workhorse Group in what looks to be a key order for the electric vehicle startup.
The fully electric IC Bus chargE, a product of the relationship between Navistar and Volkswagen, leads a wave of approaching electric school buses.
Volvo Trucks is rolling out another electric truck in Europe as continues to push into alternative fuel vehicle development.
A $2 billion lawsuit filed by fuel-cell semi-tractor developer Nikola Motor Co. against Tesla Inc. for design infringement over their heavy-duty trucks could be a hard case to win.
Workhorse Group will slightly modify the concept version of its W-15 electric pickup truck as it prepares to enter production for commercial orders.
Since leaving Tesla, Ian Wright has focused on electrification of the heavy-duty vehicles that made economic sense. The EV industry veteran tells Trucks.com how things have progressed.
Hydrogen-electric semi-truck start up Nikola Motor Co. plans to build a $1 billion factory in a Phoenix suburb.
The move to slash commercial truck emissions should benefit from California’s drive to get 1.5 million electric passenger cars on the road by 2025.
Volvo will begin selling battery-electric delivery trucks in Europe next year with North American models to follow as the Swedish truck giant embraces electrification.
Workhorse Group starts taking deposits for its W-15 electric pickup truck.
Navistar International Corp. CEO Troy Clarke said his company will have more commercial electric trucks on the road by 2025 than Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc.