Scania quits on diesel engines in 2040
Truck-builder Scania has put itself a deadline for phasing out its turbodiesel engines. It waves the technology goodbye in 2040. Though the company intends to replace them primarily with battery-powered trucks, it keeps the door ajar for hydrogen fuel cells. 2040 is still a long way to go. CEO of Scania Group Christian Levin proudly
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