Heavy-duty ICE success reliant on TCO and the right market strategy

Diesel ICEs will maintain relevance in many markets, but OEMs cannot over-rely on these geographies. By Jack Hunsley

Several major truckmakers have outlined electrification roadmaps for the decade ahead, but few markets will be able to switch significant portions of their commercial vehicle (CV) fleets to alternative powertrains within these timeframes. Many world leaders want to make the transition from fossil fuels and internal combustion engines (ICE) to zero-emission transport, but some markets will continue to depend heavily on diesel for decades to come.

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