A powerful and efficient new type of diesel engine for military combat vehicles is to be produced by Cummins Inc. and Achates Power under a new $47.4 million contract.
Cummins Inc. revealed details about its newest transmission partnership at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta.
Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies unveiled its first collaborative effort, the Endurant, a 12-speed automated transmission.
Trucks.com talks to Julie Furber, executive director of electrification business development for Cummins, about customer demands and a changing marketplace.
Diesel engine giant Cummins joins growing list of companies eyeing the electric truck market, unveils electric Class 7 day cab prototype.
Purdue University researchers — aided by trucking industry corporate partners — aim to streamline fuel use for Class 8 trucks via autonomous systems.
After demonstrating impressive efficiency gains in the recently completed federal government’s SuperTruck 1 program, heavy-duty freight truck and engine makers are being asked to do a lot more in SuperTruck II.
Orders for large trucks fell 57 percent year-over-year as trucking companies hold off on purchases because shipping and freight demand is falling.
Rising fuel economy demands and more stringent environmental regulations have prompted Cummins to unveils two new heavy-duty truck engines.
Paccar is recalling over 3,000 Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks in the U.S. that are equipped with defective engines from Cummins that could increase the risk of a collision.