The company that seemed to be on a roll with its EV has put on the (regenerative?) brakes for six months
Endurance promises best-in-class traction and sports car-like handling
Will Nikola become the Tesla of Class 8 trucking (the Tesla semi notwithstanding)? It sure seems like a good bet. And lots of investors are betting it will
Startup begins taking orders for fuel cell-electric pickup truck
Commercial vehicles could be the right application for fledgling technology
Can trucks save the hydrogen-based technology after a tepid response to fuel cell cars?
Truck tests accelerate, while car sales continue to flounder
Here is a quick guide to what’s what with Nikola and VectoIQ
GM engineers create a better electrical architecture that can handle the ever-increasing needs of vehicle systems
Nikola jumps into a crowded electric pickup truck market
Joint research project aims to apply struggling car tech to commercial vehicles
“Reckless” military-grade with hydrogen fuel cell propulsion; A more communicative VW Golf; cryogenic hydrogen; Stratasys in space.December 04, 2019 at 12:00 PM
“Reckless” military-grade with hydrogen fuel cell propulsion; A more communicative VW Golf; cryogenic hydrogen; Stratasys in space.
Both the car and the man are astonishing
Industrial vehicle producer CNH Industrial NV is investing $250 million in Nikola Motor Co. and forming a joint venture to help launch the startup company’s fuel cell and electric trucks in Europe.
Robert Bosch GmbH says fuel cell powertrains will play a growing role in next-generation vehicles, especially medium- and heavy-duty commercial trucks.
Hyundai, Nikola Motor and Toyota and three hydrogen suppliers have agreed to develop standardized fueling hardware for fuel cell-powered heavy-duty trucks.
Nikola Motor Co. is developing all-electric variants of two of its three fuel cell-powered heavy-duty trucks.
Anheuser-Busch Companies LLC says it will buy as many as 800 hydrogen-fueled highway trucks from developer Nikola Motor Co.
Startup Nikola Motor Co. has filed a lawsuit claiming that Tesla Inc.’s Semi electric truck design is a copy of its own Nikola One and Two hydrogen-powered trucks, Reuters reports.
Salt Lake, Utah-based Nikola Motor Co. has selected a site in Buckeye, Ariz., to build a manufacturing facility for its previously announced fuel cell-powered trucks.