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When it comes to actually putting fuel in your tank, many turn to hybrids and diesels to get the most miles to every gallon. But which is best? Road & Track thinks it can answer. And if you have a Prius, look away now--because it isn't the hybrid.
Beiqi Foton Motor Co. Ltd., one of China’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturers, introduced a new truck model powered by the new Cummins ISG diesel engine at the Cummins Technical Center in Columbus, Ind. During the launch event, Cummins and BFCEC . . .
It was noteworthy that in his address at the annual Heavy Duty Manufacturers Assn. breakfast at MATS, Dr. Wolfgang Bernhard, head of Daimler’s global truck and bus business, asserted that he is “convinced that a highly efficient diesel engine will remain . . .
“We don’t see any long-haul applications [for natural gas] so far,” said Dr. Wolfgang Bernhard, the head of Daimler’s global truck and bus business. “One of our suppliers put a 15L on hold because we don’t see the customers. I see a little bit of hesitan. . .
While interest in natural gas may have seen a surge last year, head of the Daimler Truck and Bus Division Wolfgang Bernhard said that tide has rolled out. “My alternative fuel is diesel,” Bernhard said at the Q&A portion of the Heavy Duty Manufacturers. . .