General Motors is excited about the future of hydrogen fuel cells, and not just for cars and trucks. GM has a “land, sea, air” strategy for the technology, fuel cell development chief Charles Freese told Trucks.com.
With colossal turbo-diesel engines and titanic torque ratings, today’s full-size heavy-duty pickups from Ford, Nissan, Ram and General Motors are in an all-out battle for towing supremacy.
General Motors is confident about its positioning as industry sales have begun to slow, according to GM economist Mustafa Mohatarem.
UPS will launch the first medium-duty delivery van powered by a hydrogen fuel cell electric drive system as it continues pressing for development of cleaner vehicles.
The trucking industry views the plans by Tesla Inc. to develop an electric semi-tractor with a mix of skepticism and trepidation.
General Motors’ Buick brand revealed the next generation of its Enclave midsize crossover tonight at the outset of the 2017 New York Auto Show outfitted with Avenir premium trim that signals a new direction for the nameplate.
Americans continued to snap up pickup trucks in the first quarter of the year, even as the overall auto market showed signs of cooling.
A $4-million partnership between General Motors and the U.S. Army will use a modified Colorado ZH2 truck to test whether hydrogen fuel cell technology is ready for the combat zone.
Senior auto industry executives discuss the role that pickup trucks and SUVs will play in adopting self-driving technology at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.