Tesla has had its hands full, and then some, keeping up with demand for its electric passenger cars. But its biggest test, in one sense or another, will be the launch of the Semi, its forthcoming electric big-rig truck. Before it can bring that to the commercial market, though, one of the biggest truck manufacturers has beaten it to the punch, even if its product isn’t quite as sexy.

Daimler has announced the delivery of its first Freightliner eCascadia all-electric trucks in the United States, going to Penske Truck Leasing and NFI Industries for real-world field tests.


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