Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

April 2024



All-new VNL sports SuperTruck 2 influence

Volvo Trucks reveals ground-up redesign of its Class 8 truck developed specifically for North American roads.

Hydrogen ‘inevitable’ for commercial vehicles

With battery charging infrastructure still spotty and corporate carbon-reduction targets looming, the CV sector increases interest in low-carbon fuels.

Overcoming EV drivetrain testing challenges

Effective hybrid/EV test systems add capabilities to test highpower regenerative electric drives, high-voltage battery and charging systems and communicate with smart control modules.

Editorial: Charging infrastructure coming — at a cost

Technical Innovations

  • Fuel-cell production spurs supplier opportunities
  • Modine targets off-highway EVs with ‘plug-and-play’ BTMS
  • Daimler and Linde reveal liquid-hydrogen refueling technology
  • Thermal management for off-highway vehicles

Original Equipment

  • Yanmar CE adds to growing compact track loader segment
  • JCB brings compaction machines back to North America
  • Mack announces series production of MD Electric at Work Truck Week

Product Briefs

SPOTLIGHTS: Electronic Devices/Semiconductors; Fasteners/Adhesives

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Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, SAE’s industry-leading magazine for the commercial vehicle market, is a leader in delivering informative, relevant technical information. Published six times annually, Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, focuses on key off-highway sectors and technologies; commercial trucks and buses; and defense and specialty vehicles.
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