INTERVIEW-Next level of truck autonomy possible around 2020 -Navistar CEO


(Recasts opening paragraphs, adds CEO comments on autonomy, electric vehicles, Volkswagen) By Nick Carey DETROIT, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Heavy-duty trucks could have the technology to haul freight with reduced driver input on U.S. highways by around 2020, but adoption will depend on regulations and customer demand, truck maker Navistar International Corp's chief executive said. "I have a lot of confidence in where the technology is headed," Navistar ...


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