Staying competitive takes a mix of efficiency and innovation – and an increasing commitment to sustainability. When considering your fleet’s next step forward, consider the Freightliner eM2 and the power that its many advantages can bring.
Jeff Cotner, chief designer and design development manager at Daimler Truck North America (DTNA), leads the creative team for Freightliner and Western Star. He was joined by senior designer Mauricio Cavalheiro and Rafael Dos Santos, senior interior/exterior designer. Together, with the advanced engineering team, these designers worked to bring to life SuperTruck II, a vehicle that pushes the boundaries of what is possible in the transportation industry.
If you’re curious about integrating EVs into your fleet, you need to know about more than just electric trucks. It's also important to understand the equipment that powers them – and the industry hurdles that currently stand in place before widespread adoption.
Introducing the Freightliner® eM2: a medium-duty truck inspired by North America’s best-selling truck, the M2, and built on a global Daimler Truck platform. This emission-free electric box truck features industry-leading connectivity and safety technology from Detroit. With its advanced features and impressive performance, the eM2 expands the Daimler Truck electric portfolio to further address customer needs.
You can see electric trucks in your future. But how do you bring your vision into the world of dollars – and make it all make sense? EV incentives are a key part of the equation. In fact, they can be quite powerful, but you have to start with the right questions.
Whether you’re simply curious about EV fleets or you’ve already started exploring the possibilities, you might be wondering: “How fast is EV charging?” or “How complex would the transition really be?” With Detroit eFill on your side, the answers are a little clearer. Here are three ways that our charging technology can make EV fleets easier to deploy and run.
The world of electric trucks – and our understanding of it – has evolved. Let’s take a look at what’s changed over the last few years, and how the right partner can help you stay on the cutting edge of efficiency and productivity.
After more than one million test miles and countless loads delivered for real fleets, the series-production eCascadia has officially launched. Here are five reasons why this groundbreaking electric semi truck is ready to help you flip the zero-emissions switch in your fleet.
What if there was a semi truck smart enough to stay one step ahead of other vehicles, protect drivers from every angle and make long journeys more comfortable? There is: The Freightliner eCascadia.
2021 has been a year of significant progress for electric semi trucks. Here’s a quick look at just how far we’ve come – and where we’re headed next.