Toyota expects to deliver incentive-supported, Kentucky-produced heavy-duty fuel cell kits to U.S. customers this year.
When the 35 fuel cell trucks Hyundai is importing to California arrive in 2023, the South Korean automaker instantly assumes U.S. leadership.
Electric car sales are continuing to climb, despite the fact supply chain shortages have been disrupting the industry
Georgia Central Railway will serve Hyundai Motor Group’s $5.5 billion-dollar electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facility near Savannah.
Uber Eats will begin delivering from select restaurants in Santa Monica using autonomous vehicles provided by Motional.
With globally common hoses and hardware, hydrogen fuel cell truck supporters think they have closed the gap with diesel fueling times.
Cummins plans for green hydrogen production for multiple uses gets the largest of $52 million in DOE grants.
The automaker is committing to hydrogen as its fuel of the future — and not just for its commercial vehicles.
Motional is expanding its testing grounds to Los Angeles and adding a new facility in the Bay Area.
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Hyzon Motors plans to deliver the first of 15 hydrogen-powered fuel cell trucks in the Netherlands in Q3, further establishing Europe leadership.
More and more beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) are moving manufacturing and warehousing to Alabama.
Tesla has shut down production of its California assembly plant for two weeks due to a variety of supply chain problems. Should there be concerns over the true demand for Tesla vehicles?
A ransomware gang has leaked data related to Hyundai Motor America’s logistics operations after an apparent ransomware attack on the automaker and subsidiary Kia Motors America.
Hydrogen-powered fuel cells always seem to be five or 10 years from a meaningful presence on the transportation stage. That may finally be changing.
It’s a difficult task selling new vehicles when lot inventories are thin. However, with the right strategy, dealers can overcome disruptions in the automotive supply chain.
As rideshare has plummeted because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lyft has had to chart a new path forward in the next decade. That path features a reliance on autonomous vehicles and e-commerce deliveries.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, a pension bailout bill that would affect Yellow and ABF Freight drivers could be near in Congress. Plus, XPO posts a record quarter and Uber Freight’s growth continues.
Hyundai’s concept vehicle TIGER represents the automaker’s vision of last-mile delivery in both urban and remote environments.
U.K.-based Arrival picks Charlotte, North Carolina, as its North American headquarters. It’s a 30-minute drive from its planned microfactory in South Carolina and close to UPS, a major customer for its electric vans.
While critics who oppose the USMCA believe this deal will ultimately disincentivize automotive companies to keep manufacturing facilities in North America due to an increase in production costs, there are strong country-of-origin protections in place that we believe will intensify North American automotive production.
From trains to trucks to data centers, Cummins Inc. sees $400 million in revenue from hydrogen-making electrolyzers in 2025 as it pursues green hydrogen from renewable sources like solar and wind instead of gray hydrogen made from natural gas.
Engine maker Cummins is working with Navistar to develop a Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell truck that carrier Werner Enterprises will put through its paces as fuel cells continue to find favor in the future of long-haul trucking.
A look at how college English major Amy Davis navigates hydrogen fuel cells and other alternative energies at Cummins, the trucking industry’s top engine maker.
Two logistics parks are in operation nearby and more are to come in Alabama.
Wrecked car carrier, with some 4,200 vehicles on board, has been on its side in St. Simons Sound since September.
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor shipped the first 10 of its mass-produced Xcient fuel cell heavy-duty trucks to Switzerland, where travel in mountainous regions is expected to prove the mettle of hydrogen power.
The cost of hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric trucking could drop 50% by the end of the decade, making it competitive with other clean energy options and even conventional fuels like diesel.
Plus: Businesses hold favorable view of transportation and logistics, survey says.
The computer vision startup crunches road and highway data to improve safety and power development of autonomous vehicles.
Uber and Hyundai have showcased a full-scale prototype of an eVTOL aircraft that will be mass-produced for Uber’s air taxi network.
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The news this week that Hyundai Motor Company is planning a hydrogen-powered tractor for global markets, including the U.S., could be the beginning of a larger presence for the company into North America.
Hyundai has unveiled a fuel-cell powered Class 8 truck, the HDC-6 Neptune, that it plans to launch at an undisclosed time in the future. It will be a global truck for multiple markets, including the U.S.
Hyundai, Kia and Ola will collaborate to develop fleet and mobility solutions, electric vehicles and infrastructure specific to the Indian market, they said in a joint statement. This is Hyundai’s and Kia’s biggest combined investment, and also is Hyundai’s first venture into fleet vehicles.
Auto shows are a great place for vehicle introductions, and when a new Mustang is being introduced, it will often overshadow some of its competitors.
Hyundai is working on mass producing hydrogen fuel cell powered heavy-duty electric trucks, which would make an entry into the Swiss commercial market between 2019 and 2023.