The Illuminati is real! This is what many believe the popular American rapper, Kanye West, was trying to tell the world last week when in a random outburst to the paparazzi he called out some unknown forces whom he alleged…
Did you know that TESLA also manufactures an e-truck? But Australia has refused to approve the “Semi”. We recently reported on the Nikola company’s hydrogen truck. Engineers and other experts have doubts about the concept because the extremely volatile gas…
It was the kind of truck the Terminator might drive – at least when he needed extra cash. Sleek, silent, and faintly sinister, the Skynet-esque lorry, filmed speeding through an American desert in 2018, seemed proof of its maker’s technological…
Last month, Nikola Motor broke ground on its first factory in Coolidge, Arizona, where it plans to produce the Nikola Tre and Nikola Two Class 8 trucks. Just a few days earlier, Tesla broke ground on its newest factory under construction in Austin, Texas where it plans to produce the Cybertruck, Semi, Model Y, and Model
Arizona-based Nikola Motor celebrated breaking ground on its new 1,000,000 square foot factory this morning in an event well-attended by Nikola leadership, including CEO Mark Russell, Mark Duchesne, global head of manufacturing, and local supporters including Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson
After the UK Told James Dyson it Needed 10,000 Ventilators, He Invented One in Just 10 daysâand is Donating 5000
After the UK government asked James Dyson to build 10,000 new ventilators, he invented a model in just 10 daysâand plans to donate 5,000.
The Nikola Corporation is making a push into the EU with partner trucking company IVECO after the pair showed off the design model of the battery electric version of the Nikola TRE for European customers. Launching the battery electric Nikola TRE gives Nikola a bridge to the hydrogen-powered future the team envisions as the reality of the investment and lead time required for hydrogen to manifest in the global transportation marketplace are realized
Nikola Motor Co., a 5-year-old firm in Phoenix that most Americans have never heard of, says it has an order to lease 14,000 semitrucks that will run on hydrogen, an assertion that, if realized, could mark the start of a significant slowdown in transportation carbon emissions.
The leader of the beverage maker’s fleet decarbonization initiatives, Ingrid De Ryck, said the U.S. transportation industry is ready for a “breakthrough and innovative solution.”
While the world’s largest company by revenue has been focusing on using data to make its truck fleet more efficient, it’s also been testing out electric cargo-handling yard trucks. So what’s next?