Category: News

Isuzu Announces Production Dates for 2023 N-Series

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America released the start of production dates for their 2023 N-Series gasoline and diesel trucks. This announcement was made at the National Truck Equipment Association’s 2022 Work Truck Week show, held in Indianapolis. Shaun C. Skinner, president of Isuzu’s American and Canadian heavy-duty trucking divisions, told Heavy Duty Trucking supply should [...]
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Isuzu, Cummins Announce Battery Electric Truck Collab

Cummins and Isuzu have announced they’re working on a medium-duty battery-electric truck prototype. This is the first battery-powered project to come out of the Isuzu Cummins Powertrain Partnership (ICPP), the company formed in 2019. According to Heavy Duty Trucking, this prototype battery-electric truck will use a Cummins PowerDrive6000 drive unit in an Isuzu F-Series truck. [...]
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Mack’s mDRIVE Automated Manual Transmission has two PTO selections on the left and right sides

Mack Trucks is bringing out a new version of their mDrive automated transmissions. This version adds left and right dual PTO options for highway and vocational trucks, giving customers and body manufacturers more flexibility when fitting equipment.  This PTO option is offered on three models from Mack Trucks: the highway-focused Anthem, the heavy-duty Pinnacle, and [...]
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Volvo: Fossil-Free Future Includes Electric, Hydrogen, and Internal Combustion Engines

Volvo Trucks North America had important news for their fossil-free plans at this year’s American Trucking Associations Management Conference and Exhibition. They announced new customers for their VNR Electric model, giving this regional hauler coast-to-coast coverage while laying out their plans to reduce emissions for their customers and their production facilities. VTNA’s end goal is [...]
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Amply, Volvo Collaborate on Charge Management Programs

Fleet charging has become an important service in recent years as more and more trucks have come to rely on electric motors. While electric vehicle adoption has still lagged in the heavy-duty truck sector, the transition from diesel to electric has slowly been moving forward as more prominent names in the industry have taken the [...]
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