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Freightliner sets sights on vocational segment with electric eM2
Hexagon Purus will incorporate its zero-emission technology, including battery systems, auxiliary modules, power modules, and vehicle-level software, along with power-take-off (PTO) options.
November 6, 2023
Mack's zero-emission MD shines at ground zero for electric trucks
With up to 185 hp continuous power and 260 hp at peak, the MD Electric packs plenty of oomph and three-times the torque of its diesel-powered sibling, and Mack is launching a subscription program to support it.
October 31, 2023
Freightliner kicks off production of electric medium duty model
The first production units in the U.S. will be delivered to Ferguson, Hogan Truck Leasing, Penske Truck Leasing, PITT OHIO, Ryder, Titan Freight Systems, and Velocity Truck Rental & Leasing.
October 26, 2023
The 'Mackification' of the medium duty segment
As recently as four or five years ago, if you saw Mack on a job site it was probably one of a few things: a Granite dump, a Pinnacle (or maybe a Titan) dropping off a load, or a really, really old Freedom – or even older D Model.
September 27, 2023
Hydrogen fuel cell
Check out Nikola's fuel cell electric truck
Nikola's Tre FCEV is one of the first commercially available fuel-cell electric vehicles and fleets will be able to order one in just a few months.
July 18, 2023
Everything you need to know about Nikola's electric semi
Nikola claims that this is "the most advanced zero-emissions Class 8 semi truck," but why is that?
June 25, 2023
Tesla issues another recall for its electric Semi
The number of affected units suggests that Semi production is still relatively low.
June 16, 2023
Mack MD series 'nothing short of success'
Following its launch in late 2020, Mack's medium-duty Class 6 and 7 trucks have continued to gain impressive market share according to Mack Trucks North America President Jonathan Randall.
June 12, 2023
Test drive: The Model 589, Peterbilt's successor to the 389
Peterbilt's Model 589, which will phase out an icon, was a truck more than 523 weeks in the making.
May 9, 2023
Peterbilt retiring its 389 for new, wider model
Peterbilt Tuesday sent its Model 389 off in style, officially introducing the Model 589 at an event that included a Pride & Class truck show at Texas Motor Speedway.
May 9, 2023
Freightliner debuts second SuperTruck
SuperTruck II achieved an aerodynamic drag reduction of more than 12% over SuperTruck I and its prototype 13-liter engine reduced fuel consumption by 5.7%.
February 1, 2023
Pronto focusing more on off-road autonomy as on-highway software challenges remain
Though strides have been made in autonomous driving technology, software still "can't generalize and predict" as well as developers had hoped, said Pronto Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Ognen Stojanovski.
January 31, 2023
Watch: Driving recap of Volvo's VNR Electric
Get a detailed breakdown on how you can tell the truck is ready to move in the absence of the familiar sound of a running diesel engine.
November 2, 2022
Freightliner revamps its M2 and SD models
The M2 112 Plus and 114SD Plus get the DD13 Gen 5 engine and its new vocational power ratings.
September 13, 2022
Watch: Ride along in Western Star's new 57X
Ride along with CCJ Chief Editor Jason Cannon as he takes a spin around the Detroit-Metro area in the most fuel efficient Western Star ever built.
August 26, 2022
Quick spin: International LT gets next-gen update, new global powertrain
International is giving its on-highway LT Series a facelift after 6 years, and it's getting the last combustion engine that parent company Traton Group says it will ever develop.
August 22, 2022
Hydrogen fuel cell
Kenworth fuel cell interest 'amazing' as hydrogen combustion also gains ground
While Kenworth isn't picking favorites in the growing race towards zero emissions, they're definitely seeing more interest in their fuel cell T680 FCEV alongside their all-electric models. Calls for hydrogen combustion are also on the rise.
August 17, 2022
Test drive: Western Star 57X
Western Star's 57X is a high-level premium tractor that the company hopes will appeal to independents and small fleets.
August 3, 2022
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