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Ford set to unveil zero-emission trucks

Ford set to unveil zero-emission trucks
Winner of the International Truck of the Year Award in Hannover, Ford Trucks, is set to make another return with its new zero-emission trucks aimed to advance its global competition as a distinctive player in production, design and product development.

4th August 2022 Ford Truck 4th August 2022 Winner of the International Truck of the Year Award in Hannover, Ford Trucks, is set to make another return with its new zero-emission trucks aimed to advance its global competition as a distinctive player in production, design and product development.Ford Trucks, which is marketed in Nigeria by Coscharis Motors Plc, is to unveil its only heavy commercial vehicle, with global brand Ford Trucks, at the world’s leading trade fair for mobility, transport, and logistics taking place in September 2022 in Hannover.The Vice President at Ford Trucks, Serhan Turfan, was quoted as saying “As an innovative brand that has the purpose to be the roadmate that cares about customers and makes their businesses thrive, we focus on future and prioritise research and development efforts on bringing next-generation technologies to the market.Related News Coscharis to grace Abuja fair with new Renault, Ford brands Coscharis Motors, Ford Trucks collaborate on vehicle distribution Coscharis unveils new Ford Truck brands “The transition of heavy commercial vehicles to zero emissions is critical for a sustainable future.

“We look forward to presenting our innovations in line with our zero-emission mission and new connectivity technologies that will thrive our customers’ businesses” The company stated that Ford Trucks would showcase the latest variants of the IToY award winner F-MAX as well as the latest cutting-edge technology and services at the exhibition area.This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH.

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