Vehicle debuts at the NTEA Work Truck Show; scheduled for full production by Q4 2019.
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Fleet electrification leader announces major product release, new executive team members and record sales year.
Washington’s largest utility has added 110 XL hybrid vehicles to date in its effort to cut its carbon footprint in half by 2040.
Published in Forbes by Doron Levin
As pickups grow heavier, already poor fuel efficiency gets even worse. Enter XL, a Boston-based company that transforms conventional powertrains into gas-electric hybrids or plug-in gas-electric hybrids, thereby improving gas mileage from 25% to 50%.
Published in NGT News by Betsy Lillian
XL, a provider of vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, has received approval from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to sell hybrid electric Ford F-250 pickup trucks in California, marking the 14th CARB executive order achieved by the company.
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.