Elon Musk's 'Master Plan' continues to unfold. On November 17, 2017 Elon Musk took the stage to unveil Tesla's new electric semi truck. The truck can go 0-60MPH in only 5 seconds with an attached trailer, has 500 miles of electric range, and is able to be charged up to 400 miles within 30 minutes thanks to Tesla's megachargers. To learn more about the new semi, see our full write-up of the truck here: https://www.autoblog.com/2017/11/17/tesla-electric-semi-truck-elon-musk/
Tesla moves beyond passenger vehicles to the electrification of freight transport.
Volkswagen is content being a "second mover, who would rather check a couple of times more whether the standards are right."
Tesla's Guillen has been working on an electric-truck project since joining the company from Daimler in 2012.
Nikola Motor Company unveiled the zero-emission semi truck. Delivery of the first trucks expected in 2020.
A tractor-trailer crashed into a school bus carrying 37 students to an end-of-year field trip in Pennsylvania this week.
A driver in New York barely avoided being flattened on a bridge last week when a semi lost its load and flopped over in front of him.
Nikola Motors debuted today with a lot of promises about two new plug in vehicles, the Nikola One semi-truck and the Nikola Zero UTV.
The California Sustainable Freight Action Plan is on the hunt for better, greener semi trucks. And they just might be coming.
Ford CEO Mark Fields thanked a New York man for using his Ford Super Duty pickup to pull stranded semi trucks out of a snow storm earlier this month.
A state trooper's cruiser was sideswiped by a speeding semi as the officer wrapped up a traffic stop on Interstate 70.
A Ford pickup truck in New York managed to help free several semi trucks from snowy roads Tuesday.
A truck driver in Britain barely escaped with his life when another truck passed within inches from his broken-down vehicle.
A truck driver attempted to cross a historic bridge in Indiana on Christmas Day only to find a 136-year-old bridge that was no match for her 21.5-ton truck.
A woman in Missouri was furious after she watched a video of her ex-husband allowing their elementary school-aged son to drive an 18-wheel semi truck.
Gregg Godfrey jumped 166 feet in a semi truck to set a new record for the stunt. While it looked easy from the outside, from inside Godfrey clearly felt the impact when the big rig returned to Earth.