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Penske Truck Leasing adds electric Xos Stepvan

Penske will offer the Xos Stepvan, a battery electric Class 6 vehicle.

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Work Truck Week 2024 schedule released, registration open

The event will be highlighted by keynote speeches from NFL Hall of Famers.

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Frelightliner eM2 begins production

The eM2 is built on the Freightliner M2 106 Plus platform and features a battery electric Detroit ePowertrain.

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The Shyft Group, Rush Enterprises pen EV sales, service agreement

Shyft’s Blue Arc EV will start customer deliveries in 2024 in Charlotte, Michigan.

Mullen Automotive begins Class 3 EV deliveries

An additional 150 units are planned for delivery to Randy Marion prior to end of 2023.

Mack hosts MD Electric drive event, details new subscription-based financing option

Orders for these trucks are open now, and deliveries will commence in Q4 of this year. But this was the first opportunity offered to drive the MD Electric, this time on California’s Sonoma Raceway.

Michelin launches new Defender tire series for light-duty trucks

Michelin added two new tires to the Defender line – the M/S2 all-season and the Platinum.

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Scania launches new battery-electric bus platform

The electric bus platform aims to deliver more than 500 km range with up to 520 kWh of battery storage.

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Ryder deploys its first BrightDrop EV into rental fleet

The BrightDrop Zevo 600 electric van boasts a range of up to 250 miles and can support a payload of 1,460 to 2,450 lbs.

ChargePoint to provide EV charging infrastructure, training for Isuzu electric trucks

Isuzu announced in March that it will introduce the 2025 NRR EV, a Class 5 battery electric truck, in early 2024.

Southeastern Freight Lines opens Austin, Texas service center 

The new center consists of 120 dock doors and 57 associates.

Propane Education, Research Council partners with Stanadyne, Katech to achieve lower-emissions transport

The engine technology can also utilize renewable propane, which has a carbon intensity four times lower than conventional diesel.