Fleet Effect Pty. Ltd., along with project partners Advanced Vehicle Technologies Pty. Ltd., Autolync Pty. Ltd. and MapData Sciences Pty. Ltd., debut the world’s first liquefied petroleum gas-powered heavy-duty truck at the recent International Trailer, Truck and Equipment Show in Melbourne, Australia. Based on a Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor, the 2656 FPC Envirotech is powered by a 12.0L V-6 turbodiesel and is rated to tow an 85.3-ft. (26-m) B-double trailer. Re-engineered to run on ...

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