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Volkswagen Group promises electric trucks and buses by 2018

MotorAuthority Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Volkswagen Group promises electric trucks and buses by 2018Volkswagen Truck & Bus, the Volkswagen Group’s commercial vehicles unit responsible for the Man and Scania brands, and also a strategic partner of Navistar in the United States, is the latest to announce a commitment to electrification. The company wants to introduce electric vans and trucks for what is referred to as "last mile...
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News video: US-Backed Syrian Forces Evacuate Civilians from Raqqa; Larger Withdrawal Possible

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