Dana Tech Spans Drivetrain Spectrum
Dana Inc. offers advanced powertrain technologies for everything from conventional piston-powered vehicles to hybrids, all-electric and fuel cell systems—and from cars to commercial trucks and offroad vehicles.
One of Dana’s latest innovations is its third-generation AdvanTEK all-wheel-drive disconnecting axle, says Bob Pyle, president of light vehicle driveline technologies. Dana began with a special low-viscosity fluid and designed the system to deliver a significant 2% fuel economy gain.
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California expects the number of fuel cell-powered vehicles registered in the state will surge to 23,600 units in 2021 from 4,800 through May of this year and reach 47,200 by 2024.
Honda, says John Mendel, executive vice president, Automobile Division, American Honda Motor Co., is fairly rare in the U.S. auto industry right now for at least a couple of reasons.
Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled an updated version of its Project Portal fuel cell-powered heavy-duty truck with reduced weight and increased driving range.