Toyota and Microsoft Corp. have partnered on a project intended to reduce distracted driving by delivering information to drivers before they get behind the wheel.
Nissan North America has announced a series of leadership changes in its North American operations
Ford has begun production of F-150 pickups with a gaseous-fuel prep option that enables the truck to run on compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas, the company announced.
Businesses in the service sector saw growth slow in November to the weakest pace since June, due to softer spending by consumers and businesses, the Associated Press reported.
General Motors Co. is scaling back the Chevrolet brand in Europe to focus more on its core Opel and Vauxhall brands, the automaker announced.
The publication you’re reading and the trucks you drive will be reshaped in the months ahead.
COLUMBUS, Ind. — Cummins Inc. has big plans for its new ISV5.0 small diesel. Originally developed as a platform for the huge North American pickup truck sector, the engine fuels the company’s hopes that the space-saving size, power ratings and other attributes of the 5-liter V-8 diesel also will make it appealing to light- and medium-duty commercial and consumer markets.
The U.S. commercial truck landscape adds a healthy dose of international flavor for the 2014 model year.
DETROIT — Steady replacement activity in the commercial sector and consumers who kept up with monthly payments during the Great Recession prevented the auto industry from plunging to the depths seen in the housing market, and left the auto industry —and the commercial sector in particular — poised for steady growth in the years ahead, economists and industry experts said.
Vehicle introductions and updates for the 2014 model year.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach said they are testing efficiency software for the next six months to streamline traffic and improve air quality.
Surface trade among the United States, Canada and Mexico increased 6.6% in September, the Department of Transportation announced.
Sysco Corp. agreed to acquire US Foods for $3.5 billion in the largest food-distribution deal in eight years, Bloomberg News reported.
The Teamsters union’s local leaders voted to allow rank-and-file members at less-than-truckload carrier YRC Worldwide Inc. to decide whether to extend their current labor agreement by four years from its scheduled expiration, through 2019.
Terex Corp. announced that it will sell its truck subsidiary to Volvo Construction Equipment for $160 million in cash.