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A red 2019 Peterbilt Model 390.
Peterbilt truck lit up at night. 2019 Peterbilt Model 389 interior.
A red Kenworth W900 tractor. Kenworth W900 interior at the 2024 Shell Rotella SuperRigs show.
International RH electric truck.
Volvo autonomous VNL.
Bollinger electric truck.
Windrose zero-emissions truck
Line of electric, hydrogen, and alternative fuel commercial vehicles
Another view of the Windrose truck. - Photo: Jim Park
1928 Volvo LV Series truck.
1970s Vintage Volvo FH Globetrotter..
Volvo L248 truck.
A 1946 Volvo PV 60 owned and driven by King Gustav V greets visitors at the entrance to World of...
World of Volvo's striking organic and futuristric architectural design dominates the city center...
World of Volvo's stunning interior design evokes Scandinavian forests and reflects Volvo's...

The World of Volvo is a stunning global conference and business center celebrating the global heritage and influence of the Volvo brand. And HDT was there for the grand opening ceremonies in Gothenburg, Sweden, on April 8, 2024.

Peterbilt's Model 579EV battery-electric truck.
Volvo VNR Electric battery-electric truck.
Capacity battery-electric yard tractor.
The new Volvo VNL lineup provides options to meet a fleet's needs.
Volvo calls the new VNL a completely “reimagined” truck.
The Volvo VNL features a new interior look.
Bill Moon, Iowa 80 Truckstop founder, is shown with a 1923 Mack.
An aerial photo from 1964 shows Iowa 80.
Shown, from 1964, are some of Iowa 80's first service trucks.

Standard Oil opened the Iowa 80 Truckstop in 1964, and it was managed for nearly 20 years by Bill Moon, who bought the business in 1984. His love of trucks lead the truck stop to grow and add many amenities and even a trucking museum.

A Bollinger truck was one of several models at the large Mullen display at CES 2024.
Mullen’s large booth featured several of its new electric trucks.
Mullen exhibited last mile delivery vans at CES 2024.

With so much to see at CES 2024, take a look at what HDT Executive Editor Jack Roberts noticed during the last half of the show. Trucks, autonomous mowers and loaders, and new smaller passenger vehicles were all on display.

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