WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – International Truck and Engine Corp. has built a small fleet of diesel-electric hybrid Class 6 utility trucks and they are poised for real-world testing, says Jon Hembree, program manager-hybrid vehicle development. International, the operating subsidiary of Navistar International Corp., has built 24 prototypes at its Springfield, OH, plant. They will be delivered to 13 U.S. fleet customers and Hydro Quebec in Quebec, Canada. International Class 6 utility ...

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