Work Truck Show in Indianapolis was an exciting event this year, showcasing new trucks and shifting market trends. With gasoline vehicles gaining
popularity in this market, it’s no surprise that Mitsubishi Fuso decided to
unveil its new Class 5 gas-powered work truck here. What did attendees discover
when Mitsubishi Fuso showed off its new gas truck at the Work Truck Trade Show?
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According to a market research report by Technavio, the global electric truck market is predicted to post a compound annual growth rate of over 32% during the period of 2019-2023. If you want to add an electric truck to your fleet, now may be the right time. Electric vehicles have many advantages that help reduce fleet costs and streamline operations.
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Recently, our parent company, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), announced the opening of its new Quality Management Facility in Kawasaki, Japan. You’ll recall Ryan Chapman, President, FUSO Dealer Advisory Council, mentioned this when he updated you about DAC’s visit to our facility in October. Given this substantial investment in this innovative center, we wanted to provide you with some additional information about the facility.
DETROIT (Reuters) – Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE) on Thursday said United Parcel Service Inc (UPS.N) will be the first U.S. commercial customer for its new battery-powered eCanter truck, and the company will expand its electric truck production as lower cost, longer-range batteries become available within two to three years.
INDIANAPOLIS. Mitsubishi Fuso announced it is developing a new gasoline powertrain for its FE Series medium-duty cabover trucks and launched its new electric truck, the eCanter, here at the 2017 NTEA Work Truck Show.
According to the company Fuso’s FE130, FE160 and FE180 will be powered by a PSI-GMPT Vortec Series 6-liter V8 engine, coupled with an Allison 6-speed automatic transmission. The new V8 engine models will be the first Fuso vehicles to be assembled in the U.S., noted Jecka Glasman, Fuso’s president and CEO.
Mitsubishi Fuso plans to bring a new line of electric work trucks to the North American market.
The division of German automotive giant Daimler AG, which owns Mercedes-Benz, introduced Fuso’s eCanter electric truck at the 2017 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
Fuso said it will be the first fully-electric work truck designed and produced by a major truck manufacturer. The first models will be delivered to U.S. customers later this year.