U.S. truckers first diesel-powered vehicle will be ready for service in 2019 article The first diesel trucks to hit the U.N. road fleet will be on the road in 2019, with U.K. company DaimlerChrysler expected to be the first of a wave of new U.H.V. trucks to be available for service.
The announcement by DaimleChryslers, a division of German automaker Volkswagen AG, on Wednesday came as a big boost for the diesel truck industry in the United Nations General Assembly this week, where the world’s biggest automakers have been lobbying for more diesel trucks on the roads.
The company said in a statement that the first diesel pickup truck would arrive in 2019 with the delivery date for a fleet of 50 vehicles.
The trucks are expected to start shipping in 2019.
The U.W.F.C. (Uniting for World Food Security) and the International Energy Agency said in their recent report that the U., Europe, China and Russia had the largest share of global demand for diesel trucks, while Canada and Mexico were second and third, respectively.
The report said the U .
S. is a big driver of demand for the trucks and is projected to lead the global demand in 2019-20, with Germany the biggest driver of deliveries.
Germany is the world leader in diesel trucks with 1,873,000 trucks registered.
China and Russia also lead the world in diesel production, with about 4.5 million trucks being produced in the country annually.
Russia is the largest producer of diesel trucks in the world, with a total of 1.5 billion vehicles registered, according to the U-Haul website.
The European Union is a leading producer of truck engines, with 4.4 million trucks registered, followed by the United Kingdom with 1.3 million.
The United States has more than 2.2 million diesel trucks registered in the U, and about 1.4 billion of those are in service, according the U-.
The new diesel trucks will be manufactured by General Motors Co., with the first deliveries expected to occur in 2019 in the American states of Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, according GM.