GALESBURG, MI – With hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) technology gaining by leaps and bounds in the passenger-vehicle market, suppliers and end-users in various commercial-vehicle segments also are examining closely the case for hybridization. Ultimately, the argument for hybrid powertrains in commercial vehicles is even stronger than for passenger vehicles. Hydraulic accumulator and pump/motor inline with driveshaft. The potential for hybridization in the commercial-vehicle sector may ...
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