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Kenworth Class 8 Battery-Electric T680E Available for Order

Kenworth Class 8 Battery-Electric T680E Available for Order

The Kenworth T680E is the company’s first Class 8 battery-electric model. The new zero-emission truck is now available for order from Kenworth dealers in the U.S. and Canada, and will enter into production in 2021.

October 14, 2020

Hyundai’s First Fuel Cell Truck Heads to Europe
LA, LB Ports: Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Trucks Ready for Drayage Operations
Fontaine Modification Offering Merlin Solar Panels
Cummins Shows Medium-Duty Lineup, EPA/CARB Natural Gas Certifications
Kenworth to Work with Meritor on Electric T680

Kenworth to Work with Meritor on Electric T680

Meritor and Kenworth will partner on developing an electric Kenworth T680E, reported to be a short-hood day cab in tractor with an operating range between 100 to 150 miles, depending on application.

February 13, 2020

Peterbilt Touts Electric Truck Progress at CES

Peterbilt Touts Electric Truck Progress at CES

Peterbilt is formally teaming up with Dana on electric powertrain development for its Model 220EV. The announcement was made at CES, the annual electronics show in Las Vegas, where Peterbilt also brought reporters up to speed on its electric-truck development progress overall.

January 8, 2020

Mercedes-Benz Electric Truck Testing Returns Promising Results
Volvo Begins Selling Electric Trucks in Europe
Meritor Expands Electric-Drive Lineup, Launches Air Disc Brake
Navistar Unwraps Electric Truck

Navistar Unwraps Electric Truck

The OEM revealed a prototype for a battery-electric drive version of its International MV medium-duty truck, dubbed the eMV, which is slated to come to market by early 2021.

October 28, 2019

The Challenge of Migrating from Diesel to Electric
EPA Adds SmartWay Day Cab Program, Revises Retread Tire Specs

EPA Adds SmartWay Day Cab Program, Revises Retread Tire Specs

The Environmental Protection Agency is making some changes to its SmartWay program that offers information on verified fuel-efficient technologies. Day cabs are now eligible for the SmartWay designation, and research into fuel-efficient retreads will result in changes to how those products are classified.

July 9, 2019

Electric Trucks Still Generate a Spark of Interest