The EV maker is in discussions with Amazon to remove the exclusivity clause of their delivery van agreement.
Join us in the “Silicon Orchard” on March 30 for a one-day exclusive event where fleet managers can drive EVs and experience the latest technologies, bundled with seminars, networking, and lunch.
The Tour returns to Peachtree Corners on March 30, with seminars to educate fleet operators on electrification and a full slate of the latest EVs to drive.
Richard Battersby from the City of Oakland will bring his electrification blueprint to Arizona fleet attendees on Feb. 23.
The Tour opens 2023 with a stop at the Mesa Convention Center on Feb. 23. In addition to the Ride & Drive, programming also includes seminars, networking opportunities, and lunch.
The new service is targeting fleets in consulting, construction, health care, and business services.
Subject matter experts will share their on-the-ground insights into fleet electrification. The ride and drive will feature vehicles from Ford, General Motors, Nissan, Polestar, Volvo, Lightning eMotors, Exro Technologies, and Tesla.
As more electric vehicle models enter the market and Tesla loses momentum, automakers compete for market share.
Mazda provided more details about its first-ever 2024 CX-90 before its premiere in early 2023.
In 2023, Fleet Forward: The Tour will return to Atlanta, Chicago, and Dallas, with new stops in Phoenix and the New York metro.
The two-year Defense Innovation Unit contract is to help automate future ground vehicles conducting high-risk missions such as reconnaissance and surveillance.
In this video illustration, Fleet Forward Conference and Fleet Safety Conference 2022 Attendees offer their perspective on the event.
ELMS' assets expand Mullen’s manufacturing capacity, and with the previous Bollinger Motors acquisition, EV rollouts to market will speed up.
Uber Freight and Aurora are “deepening” their autonomous-truck pilot with a new 600-mile lane between Dallas/Fort Worth and El Paso.
With the growth of EV models and charging networks, whose connector equipment should become the standard? Will there ever be a one-size-fits-all EV plug-and-port like the common fuel pump nozzle?