Stellantis NV on Oct. 18 laid out its offensive in the commercial vehicle market, committing to launching four electrified pickup trucks in North America over the next two years.
Colorado’s trucking industry will need to start investing in zero-emission semitrailers, buses and delivery trucks as soon as 2027 as part of the state’s strategy to reduce emissions.
Nikola Corp. posted an earnings loss amid efforts to expand the business during the fourth quarter of 2022, the company reported Feb. 23.
Lightning eMotors, a Loveland, Colo.-based manufacturer and seller of electric vehicles for commercial fleets, has been certified under the “buy America” program, making its products eligible for federal grants designed to help electrify the nation’s transportation.
General Motors Co. has taken a central role in pushing the Treasury Department to change how the government defines a sport utility vehicle and expand how many buyers can get electric vehicle tax credits.January 27, 2023
Change to the hidden health and climate cost of consumer goods carried by tens of thousands of drayage trucks is coming in the form of more widely-accessible electric alternatives.
Stellantis NV offered a glimpse of the first electric pickup from its Ram brand as the automaker aims to move from laggard to leader in the increasingly competitive field of plug-in trucks.
The Detroit Three automakers are pushing toward an electrified future, but they’re not yet putting their gas and diesel-powered pickup trucks on the back burner.
Ford Motor Co.’s new Maverick tiny truck is nearly sold out for the 2022 model year in its standard setup with a gas-electric hybrid propulsion system.
Ford Motor Co. is spending $250 million to expand its new factory producing the battery-powered F-150 Lightning as demand surges for the pickup truck, which goes on sale next year.