The Tesla Semi is seemingly in its final testing phase, as the electric powered truck has been seen all across the United States with a 1,000-mile extension cord...
Tag: electric trucks
Officially, official, we have new charging standard... SAE J3068 for medium and heavy duty electric vehicles charging in North America.
The Motiv Power Systems announced the introduction of EPIC (Electric Powered Intelligent Chassis) - family of chassis for all-electric trucks and buses.
Renault Trucks announced that it's willing to launch a range of electric vehicles in 2019 as the time is right to compete with diesel trucks.
Some Tesla Semi electric truck will be used for live broadcasting as The Mobile TV Group announced pre-order of two units.
Mercedes-Benz Trucks boast that it became the first manufacturer in the world with a heavy-duty electric truck, introducing the Mercedes-Benz eActros.
Once again, the Tesla Semi was seen in the wild and captured during strong acceleration on the street - see this video for rubber burning.
The main idea for the JV - approved by Bob Lutz - is to co-develop a medium duty extended range electric truck for market launch in China, North America and...
"Tesla is collaborating with Anheuser-Busch, PepsiCo and UPS to build on-site charging terminals" for the Tesla Semi ahead of its rollout in 2019.
Siemens has just launched the first U.S. eHighway - an electrified highway project near the U.S. Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Daimler began deliveries of the FUSO eCanter all-electric trucks to first customers in Europe - DHL, DB Schenker, Rhenus and Dachser.
Move over Tesla, there's another old-time truck maker ready to beat you with entry into the electric truck segment.
Established manufacturers don't look favorably on the hype that newcomer Tesla is causing. We've witnessed this for cars and now in the truck industry too.
Tesla opened reservations book for Europe or at least three countries - Netherlands, Norway and UK on top of U.S. and Canada.
Renault Trucks delivered a special truck for the Delanchy Transport Group in France. It's not only all-electric but also equipped with refrigerated box.