Hydrogen combustion engine is emerging as a direct and practical replacement to diesel engine technology in construction equipment and off-highway applications.
LNG as fuel for commercial vehicles is emerging as a promising trend towards cleaner transportation. Tata Motors is taking the lead.
LNG-powered trucks are introduced in Europe. Volvo Trucks and Iveco taking the lead.
Why can’t we engineer a low-cost electric bus platform using Lead Acid batteries, along with charging and mechanized swapping infrastructure tailor-made for specific local needs?
Mercedes-Benz Citaro Hybrid features twin-modules supercapacitors (2 Ah total capacity) containing 16 double layer capacitors at a space-saving location over the roof.
Scania has unveiled the hybrid-version of its popular Scania Interlink LD that is compatible with up to 100 percent biodiesel and HVO.
Volvo 7900 Electric Hybrid is undergoing trials for opportunity fast-charging and renewable HVO (Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil) fuel.
New Tata Starbus Fuel Cell Hydrogen bus is 40-60 percent efficient in energy conversion than conventional diesel buses, while also curbing pollution and noise unlike conventional engines.
Volvo 8400 Hybrid city bus features D5 diesel engine producing 215 hp, along with an electric motor of 160 hp output.
Audi Q8 concept says a lot about how the styling of new luxury SUVs are going to be in the days to come.