Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

December 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Electrification takes (some of) the load

There’s no better way to relieve worry over meeting emissions regulations than by not producing any emissions from the start. But electric drive is not a silver bullet.

Weight watcher

Meritor optimizes product design and examines “exotic” materials like carbon fiber to slash mass from drivelines.

Electrifying demo

Diesel pioneer Deutz equipped telehandlers with hybrid and fully electric powertrains and put their capabilities on display.

Automated and electric at IAA

Far-out concepts and nearer-to-production prototypes dotted the show floor and outdoor demo track at the biennial commercial vehicle event in Hanover, Germany.

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