August 8, 2018
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Fleet Technical Congress and Green Truck Summit join forces
NTEA is expanding educational opportunities for The Work Truck Show ® 2019 — offering a new option for registrants to attend Green Truck Summit and Fleet Technical Congress sessions. Both events are held concurrently at JW Marriott Indianapolis, on Tuesday, March 5, from 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Full story

Cummins emissions recall includes over 500,000 engines
A voluntary recall affecting more than 500,000 Cummins engines has been initiated after an investigation by the California Air Resources Board discovered excess emissions resulting from defective emissions aftertreatment systems. Full story

UPS to test fully electric Thor delivery truck
UPS and electric truck maker Thor Trucks are collaborating on a fully electric Class 6 to be developed and tested in Los Angeles, California. The truck is expected to be ready to deploy later this year, according to UPS. Full story

Toyota reveals latest version of its hydrogen fuel cell Class 8 truck
Toyota unveiled the latest version of its Project Portal hydrogen fuel cell electric Class 8 truck, which it said boasts greater range and improvements to versatility and maneuverability. Full story

Electric delivery vans reach 75MPGe in real-world pilot testing
Workhorse Group Inc. provided an update on milestones achieved during its ongoing real-world pilot testing of its N-GEN all-electric vehicles. The N-GEN demonstrated a fuel efficiency, as expressed in miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe), averaging 40MPGe for its 450 cubic foot electric van, and 75MPGe for its 200 cubic foot electric van. Full story

Electric truck sales could top 100K by 2035
As battery technology improves and other advantages become more apparent, Class 4-7 commercial electric vehicle sales could top 100,000 units by 2035, according to ACT Research. Full story

Truck Product Conference registration deadlines
Come to NTEA’s Truck Product Conference next month and hear from 13 OEM’s about what’s new with their vehicles. Learn more