Sacramento and XL will help spotlight hybrid electric fleet vehicles during the NorCal Clean Technology Forum & Expo, October 16-18 in California.
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XL CEO and founder Tod Hynes remarked, “75 million miles driven is a major accomplishment which sets us apart from other fleet vehicle electrification solutions. We’re very proud of our team and technology as well as the financial and environmental benefits we’ve helped deliver to our customers. Above all, this milestone reflects the great work our customers do every day, as well as their commitment to sustainable fleet operations.”
Fleet electrification leader provides California organizations with the most CARB-approved electrified fleet vehicle options in the industry.
Published in PickupTrucks.com by Mark Williams
The truck we drove in the Los Angeles area was built by XL, a Massachusetts company that develops and provides electric vehicles for commercial and municipal fleets. In April in Detroit, we drove a Ford Super Duty F-250 equipped with XL’s hybrid power assist system. Our short drive in that truck, which was equipped with a 6.2-liter V-8 engine, resulted in a 25 percent gain in fuel economy over a regular Ford F-250 without any substantial trade-offs.
Published in Renewable Energy World by Clay Siegert
The 2017 Atlantic Ocean hurricane season racked up a record $306 billion in damages and aid, making it the costliest hurricane season ever, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This reality is the latest piece of evidence that extreme weather is wreaking havoc around the world, with increasing frequency and severity.
Published in PickupTrucks.com by Aaron Bragman
By now, everyone's heard that Ford intends to launch a new F-150 hybrid in 2020. We don't have many details on that truck yet, but did you know that you can buy a hybrid F-Series right now? The truck is not totally built by Ford per se; instead, it's modified by a Ford-certified company called XL then sold through XL or a Ford Commercial Vehicles dealer.