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Hino Trucks Paving The Path To Zero Emissions

Project Z includes products ranging from Class 4 to Class 8.

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Hino Trucks has announced Project Z, the company’s development path to zero emissions vehicles, ranging from Class 4 to Class 8.

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The live virtual event showcased the most comprehensive line-up of zero emissions trucks, partnering with technology leaders in advanced electrification drive systems. 

The ZEV products ranged from a Class 5 on a SEA Electric SEA-Drive 120a on a Hino M5 chassis, up to a Hino XL Series class 8 tractor powered by Toyota’s Fuel Cell system. In addition, Hino featured a battery electric Class 7 tractor with Hexagon Purus’ full electric drive system, and a Hino XL Series Class 8 box truck powered by Xos Trucks’ X-Pack battery and electric drive system. For the battery electric vehicles, Hino will look at both central drive motors and e-axles.

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“Our holistic approach to working with technology leaders like Toyota, Hexagon Purus and Xos will result in a sustainable, low-cost product line up that will meet the needs of our customers as our industry moves forward to zero emission vehicles.  For customers ready to move in that direction now, the SEA Electric SEA-Drive 120a paired with a Hino M Series chassis is commercially available today,” said Glenn Ellis, senior vice president of Customer Experience.

Hino Trucks Project Z advances Hino’s environmental leadership position, first established in 1991 with the global sale of its hybrid buses, and will consist of demonstration vehicles the first half of 2021, customer demonstrations in 2022, and production prior to 2024.

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Over the coming months Hino Trucks will unveil more granular details about the cutting-edge technologies and vehicles to come out of Project Z. To monitor the progress of Project Z, visit www.hino.com

To see watch a recording of the live event, visit www.youtube.com/HINOTRUCKSUSA.

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