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Truck and Van News: Updates from NACV and the Texas Auto Show

October 09, 2017

OEMS have made major product announcement at several shows over the past two weeks, including the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) show, Texas Auto Show, and American Public Transportation association (APTA) Expo.

Major product announcements include new medium-duty models from Freightliner and International, an expansion into the heavy-duty market from Hino, and new trucks from FCA and Chevrolet. Daimlet, Ford, GM, and Navistar also announced a variety of alternative fuel offerings.


Bollinger Hits Reservation Milestone


Freightliner Expands Severe-Duty Vocational Options

Mitsubishi Fuso Shows New Gasoline Cabover

Fiat Chrysler

Ram Introduces Two New Pickup Models


Roush CleanTech to Offer Propane Autogas E-350 Cutaway

Ford Sets Up Electrification Team

Ford Offers Flagship Trim to Super Duty

Ford Recalls F-650, F-750 Trucks for Steering

Ford Recalls Pickups for Seat Belts, Roofs

XL Hybrids to Offers Ford F-250 Picku

General Motors

GM to Show Hydrogen-Powered Truck Chassis to Military Buyers

Chevrolet Express Van Adds Fleet-Oriented Options for 2018

Chevrolet Colorado Showed Fastest Truck Order-to-Delivery for 2017

GM to Launch 20 EVs by 2023

Chevrolet to Offer Class 4/5 Silverados

Chevrolet Celebrates Truck Centennial with Special Editions

Hino Trucks

Hino to Move into North American Heavy-Duty Market


Navistar OnCommand to Offer Parts Failure Prediction Feature

Navistar-VW Alliance to Bring Electric Truck, Integrated Powertrain to Market

International HV Service Debuts for Severe Service Market at NACV


Nissan’s 2018 Frontier Starts at $19,965


Possible Photo of Tesla’s Electric Truck Leaks on Reddit

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