The commercial vehicle industry is revolutionizing as OEMs develop new concept vehicles for battery electric and fuel cell vehicles, with early adoption having started in 2021. Electric vehicle startups and legacy automakers are working tirelessly to meet new emission standards, with commercial fleets such as vans and medium to heavy duty trucks being among the first to be electrified.
It is expected that between 2025 and 2040, OEMs will launch and scale up production, especially as Zero Emissions vehicles reach cost parity with diesel amongst medium duty vans (delivery, utility and distribution) and heavy duty trucks (tractor trailer, refuse and mining). As incentives phase out, the market growth of these vehicles is expected to have a strong growth trajectory.
The team of engineers at Triz Engineering include specialists in mechanical-, electric- and electronic-embedded software, control systems, and powertrain and hydraulic engineering. With project portfolios that cover an extensive range of commercial vehicles, from light-duty walk-ins to heavy-duty tractor trailers, they can support and execute customers’ most challenging strategic product development initiatives well into the future.