HANOVER, Germany — Nikola Corp. unveiled a prototype of a European-spec fuel cell-powered Nikola Tre Class 8 model and also announced that it is taking orders for the battery-electric version in the region.September 23, 2022
HANOVER, Germany — Cummins CEO Jennifer Rumsey detailed a two-part strategy the company is following to achieve net-zero emissions from its product line built around zero-emission technologies and innovations to improve the performance of internal combustion engines.September 20, 2022
HANOVER, Germany — Daimler Truck CEO Martin Daum said his company is pursuing a clean-energy strategy built around electric and fuel cell technology, setting aside natural gas as a component of the plan.September 20, 2022
The organizer of IAA Commercial Vehicles 2020 has canceled the truck show scheduled for Sept. 24-30 in Hanover, Germany, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
HANOVER, Germany — Ford Trucks offers only light- and medium-duty vehicles in North America, but the brand is aiming to make a splash in the heavy-duty segment in certain international markets.September 24, 2018
HANOVER, Germany — Bosch presented a range of products and innovations to support the trucking industry’s movement toward vehicle electrification and automated driving here at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show.September 20, 2018
HANOVER, Germany — The global truck manufacturers and suppliers exhibiting here at the massive IAA Commercial Vehicles show expressed a broadly shared vision that connectivity, automated driving and electric power are the dominant trends that will mold the future of commercial vehicles.
HANOVER, Germany — Volvo Trucks exhibited an autonomous truck concept that entirely removes the cab from the tractor and highlighted its investments in electric vehicles at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show.September 20, 2018
HANOVER, Germany — The 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicles Show featured more than 2,000 exhibitors from all over the world and more than 70 press conferences. Here are highlights, featuring news from Wabco, Continental, ZF, Cummins, Eaton, Volvo, Dana and DAF.
An early-morning walkaround at the Daimler hall during the 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany. (Neil Abt/Transport Topics) More at TTNews.com.September 23, 2016