New 2014 Cascadia Evolution
Engineered for optimal efficiency, the Freightliner Cascadia has included groundbreaking technologies from the very beginning. Now, representing the latest milestone in its continued pursuit of increased fuel economy, Freightliner Trucks has launched the next generation of Cascadia with the 2014 Cascadia Evolution® powered by Detroit™.
Thanks in part to a $40 million grant awarded from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Daimler Trucks North America is in the second year of an ambitious, 5-year research and development program focused on significantly improving the freight and fuel efficiency of Class 8 trucks. Learn more about DTNA’s progress and involvement in the DOE’s Vehicle Technologies SuperTruck Program.
Detroit Diesel Now Detroit™
Daimler Trucks North America has renamed its Detroit Diesel brand of products to better encompass a new powertrain-related component line as well as its well-known family of Detroit engines equipped with BlueTec® emissions technology. Learn more about DTNA’s new Detroit brand name and new powertrain product offering.
DTNA responds to sustainability movement with more green vehicles.
As customers become more savvy about sustainability and look for new ways to achieve fuel savings, alternative fuel and hybrid electric technologies are becoming increasingly attractive in the commercial vehicle market. Learn more about how Daimler Trucks North America is participating in this initiative with its growing portfolio of environmentally friendly and fuel-saving vehicles.