Tag: electric semi
The biggest truck maker on the planet is going electric. Daimler has unveiled its first all-electric semi, which it hopes will be just the thing to take the...
Delivering furniture may be one of the best future roles of the Tesla Semi. Many have argued that an electric semi might not really be the best option for most...
The Anheuser-Busch brewering company, makers of Bud Light and Budweiser, announced an order placement for up to 800 hydrogen fuel cell semi-trucks from Nikola...
The first prototype of the refuse truck is equipped with a 315 kWh battery that lasts for 80 miles (130 km) and can be recharged in six hours using 70 kW charger.
California startup Thor Trucks is betting big on its impressive-looking ET-One pounding the pavement in 2019, hopefully ahead of its competitor, Tesla.
While the sheer power and acceleration of the Tesla Semi are incredible, the truck's real advantage may come due to its active safety technology.
The United Kingdom's Road Haulage Association (RHA) doesn't believe that the Tesla Semi is the right fit for the segment at this time.
More information continues to arise regarding the Tesla Semi, and, as usual, CEO Elon Musk is still keeping some secrets. We should know more in a month.
Tesla changed the original date for the Tesla Semi event from Sept. 28 to Oct. 26. It looks like although the new date was tentative, it's a sure thing now.
Cummins revealed its first fully electric class 7 demonstration Urban Hauler Tractor, as a step in earlier announced electrification movement.
The Tesla Semi will be unveiled in September, which is leading to much speculation. Will it have many large batteries ... utilize battery switching ... both?
Tesla CTO JB Straubel compares the Model S to the upcoming Tesla Semi.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the automaker's upcoming electric semi will reach scale production within 2 years.
As usual, Elon Musk took to Twitter the other day with a long-winded list of random information. During his rant, a few fans were able to squeeze in some...
Mercedes-Benz outlined plans to start selling an electric heavy-duty truck in about five years, a week after Tesla announced a similar plan.