Ford displayed its new, 2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon as well as several upfits for the popular fleet van model. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher)

Ford displayed its new, 2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon as well as several upfits for the popular fleet van model. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher)

A record crowd of 13,570 industry professionals turned out for The Work Truck Show 2018, held March 6-9 in Indianapolis. Attendees were drawn by the six vehicle launches from North America’s leading commercial truck manufacturers, more than 175 other new product introductions, and an expanded educational conference that included the all-new Fleet Technical Congress.

Work Truck editors hit the show floor to see the latest and greatest in new vehicles, vehicle updates, and innovative upfits.

Check out the full gallery of highlights here

General Motors unveiled its medium-duty lineup, surprising attendees with its Class 6 Silverado 6500HD. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher)

General Motors unveiled its medium-duty lineup, surprising attendees with its Class 6 Silverado 6500HD. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher)

Work Truck Show 2018 Facts

  • 6 OEM reveals.
  • 60+ educational and workforce development opportunities, including the sold-out Fleet Technical Congress and popular Green Truck Summit.
  • 13,570 attendees from 21 countries and all 50 states plus Puerto Rico.
  • 500 exhibitors.
  • 500,000+ square feet of exhibit space.
  • 11 ride-and-drive opportunities.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America took home Work Truck’s 2018 Medium-Duty Truck of the Year award for the FTR. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher) -

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America took home Work Truck’s 2018 Medium-Duty Truck of the Year award for the FTR. (Photo by Lauren Fletcher)

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