Digging into the Nikola One details

Dec. 5, 2016
More insight into the Nikola One truck

The unveiling of the Nikola One Class 8 highway tractor prototype - a truck that runs on electricity generated by a hydrogen-powered fuel cell - elicited almost more questions than answers from the trucks drivers, fleet executives, industry experts, and others gathered at the Nikola Motors Co. headquarters facility in Salt Lake City, Utah, last week. On day two of the truck's unveiling, Nikola's executives, engineers, and designers, along with experts from its partner companies, offered a "deeper dive" into the Nikola One. (All photos by Sean Kilcarr/Fleet Owner)

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Sean Kilcarr | Editor in Chief

Sean previously reported and commented on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry. Also be sure to visit Sean's blog Trucks at Work where he offers analysis on a variety of different topics inside the trucking industry.

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