Penske will be the first U.S. fleet to run International eMV Series trucks

Penske will be the first U.S. fleet to run International eMV Series trucks

Penske says it plans to operate these units at various locations throughout its footprint, with the intent of evaluating the operation of electric trucks in real-world situations.

Penske Truck Leasing has announced the anticipated delivery of the International eMV Series medium-duty truck from Navistar. This will mark Navistar’s first U.S. delivery of the full battery electric medium-duty trucks from International.

As a validation partner, Penske says it plans to operate these units at various locations throughout its footprint, with the intent of evaluating the operation of electric trucks in real-world situations. The company is expanding its electrified fleet and evaluating important related technologies to support a zero-emission commercial vehicle future.

Navistar announced the launch of the International eMV Series full battery-electric trucks in Long Beach, Calif., at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo.

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