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Daimler's Historic Trucks

With the spin-off of Daimler Truck from Daimler AG this year came a move of historic trucks to a new location and a glimpse into the company's history.

H2: Zero-Emissions Holy Grail?

Hydrogen fuel-cell truck development isn’t as close to commercial viability as battery-electric, but it has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few years.

How Daimler Truck Plans to Reach Zero Emissions [Video]

Watch as Heavy Duty Trucking Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge reports on how Daimler Truck is developing both battery-electric and fuel-cell-electric zero-emissions trucks, and what that means for its Freightliner brand in North America.

History of the First Truck: 1896

The first truck in the world looked like a cart with an engine and without a drawbar. The engine, called "Phoenix," was a four-horsepower-strong two-cylinder engine located at the rear.

Building an Autonomous Truck Driver

Autonomous trucks learn and think and adapt to situations just like human drivers, but they do it faster, and they never tire or become distracted. At least that’s the promise. Learn more about the technology behind autonomous trucks.

Transmission Trends

The swing continues toward heavy automated products, but manuals still dominate. Light and medium trucks are almost all ‘shiftless.’

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