While the chip shortage and other constraints have affected Daimler Trucks North America as they have other vehicle manufacturers, the company’s still number one in Class 6-8 market share and plans to stay there as it pushes forward with zero-emissions, autonomous, and connected-vehicle technologies.
November 11, 2021
As it prepares to separate from Mercedes-Benz passenger car operations, Daimler Truck identifies some global weaknesses and outlines how it plans to target them – but North American operations stand out.
May 24, 2021
Daimler Trucks is rapidly ramping down its internal-combustion-engine development as it puts more research and development investments into its dual-focus zero-emissions strategy of both battery-electric and fuel-cell-electric commercial vehicles.
May 20, 2021
Less than a mile from Interstate 5 in Portland, Oregon, a new electric-vehicle charging site opened April 21 aimed at medium- and heavy-duty trucks and buses.
April 21, 2021
With the order book open, Freightliner and DTNA are preparing to start production of the electric Class 8 eCascadia and medium-duty eM2 in late 2022.
April 6, 2021