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Cab-over-engine configuration (though there is no engine as such) helps add interior space. Black cabinet houses hydrogen storage bottles.

The Nikola One Launch Event [Photos]

The unveiling of the Nikola One hydrogen-electric long-haul tractor generated intense curiosity from truck operators, suppliers, and the trucking press. The vehicle's design does away with the traditional diesel and gear-heavy drivetrain in favor of electric propulsion from a hydrogen fuel cell that provides a range of 1,200 miles. Photos: Tom Berg

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The new 48,000 square-foot, $7.5 million facility is clearly visible from Interstate 40 and less than a mile from Volvo Trucks' corporate headquarters.

Volvo's New Greensboro Truck Dealership [Photos]

One of the latest and most modern Volvo Truck Dealerships in the United States recently opened in Greensboro, North Carolina. Our European correspondent Sven-Erik Lindstrand was on hand to tour the crown jewel in Volvo's dealer network. Photos by Sven-Erik Lindstrand

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Navistar's SuperTruck

Navistar's SuperTruck is the fourth and final truck to come from round 1 of the Department of Energy's SuperTruck funding initiative. Equipment Editor, Jim Park, caught up with the truck and chief engineer Dean Obermann at the annual conference of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Commercial Vehicles (SAE COMVEC), conference in Rosemont, Ill. in early October and captured these photos. 

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Wabash, which makes Walker, Beall, Brenner and Bulk brand tankers, says it has seen an increase in demand for specialty steels to offset corrosion issues. Photo: Wabash

Photos: What Fleets are Spec'ing on Tank Trailers

In the October installment of our Trailers & Bodies department, we shared some trends on what fleets are spec'ing for productivity, safety and longevity on their bulk and liquid tanker trailers. Check out our photo gallery for more details and examples.

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The new International LT on display at the American Trucking Associations’ annual Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas. Photo: Evan Lockridge

Navistar's New Flagship LT Series Truck [Photos]

Navistar International launched its LT (for Linehaul Transport) model on Sept. 30 with enthusiastic speeches, loud rock music, and smoke-and-fire special effects. Here’s a look from the launch event and from the ATA Managment Conference & Exhibition show floor. 

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Italy-based truck maker Iveco revealed its Z Truck concept, which aims to attain zero-emissions using a combo of LNG and biomethane technologies along with waste heat recovery. Design also boasts enhanced aerodynamics, automated driving technologies, and a "driver-centered" design.

Seen at IAA 2016 Truck Show [Photos]

The IAA International Commercial Vehicle Show is the world’s largest truck show, held every two years in Hannover, Germany. HDT’s Deborah Lockridge and David Cullen are covering the event from the floor and have filed these photos.

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Volvo Trucks North America's SuperTruck in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 13, 2016. Photo by Jim Park

Volvo SuperTruck in Photos

Volvo Trucks North America revealed its contribution to the Department of Energy's SuperTruck project on Sept. 13, 2016. VTNA President Göran Nyberg presented the truck to DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz near DOE headquarters in Washington D.C. Equipment Editor Jim Park was there and compiled this gallery of the event.

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New Freightliner Cascadia: A Closer Look [Photos]

Freightliner's new Cascadia was revealed formally on Thursday, September 1. Reporters were told more about the truck and they had to opportunity ride in one and take photos. Equipment Editor Jim Park has these photos from press day.  

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Toby Faulkner, director of New Cascadia development, presents 12 of the first trucks representing the top 12 fleets in North America.

First Look at Freightliner's Newest Cascadia

Freightliner Trucks revealed its next-generation Cascadia model for 2017 on Aug. 31, 2016, in Colorado Springs, Colo. The official launch date is Sept. 1, but Freightliner threw back the curtain a few hours early with 12 trucks in fleet colors as a tribute to the largest customers in the Cascadia stable. Jim Park was there and has these photos.

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In testing against competitor engines, the new four-cylinder, 5.1-liter DD5 offers 3% better fuel economy, according to the company.

The Detroit DD5 Engine in Photos

Daimler Trucks North America will start production on its entry into the medium-duty market in October. The DD5 was unveiled to trucking press in late July. Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge was there and has these photos.

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