Special report: Heavy-duty diesel engine technology

120 years after the emergence of diesel engine technology, two things are clear. Firstly, the heavy-duty diesel ICE will continue to dominate in the trucking sector, particularly in the long-haul segment where its reliability and long-range are essential to keep the modern world running. Secondly, diesel’s days are numbered: the climate crisis is underway, and governments and societies are demanding zero-emission transport. All major truckmakers have committed to electrification projects, and whether by 2035, 2040 or later, zero-emissions solutions will one day dominate the market. In this new special report from Automotive World, our writers explore what opportunities are left in the diesel ICE segment, and what the transition to low and zero-emissions might look like.

In this report:

‘Special report: Heavy-duty diesel engine technology’ presents insight from:

  • Ashok Leyland
  • Diesel Technology Forum
  • E-Bus Competence Center
  • Guidehouse Insights
  • Horiba Mira
  • Lubrizol
  • McKinsey
  • Shell
  • Solaris
  • Transport & Environment

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