The Fuso Canter Eco Hybrid made its debut at the show as the company’s first production diesel-electric hybrid.
The all-electric Fuso E-Cell is still in the early stages of development, but is seen as a zero-emissions solution for urban applications.
Fuso’s new generation of diesel-electric hybrids use a narrow electric motor/generator that fits between the clutch and transmission.
Fuso Super Great adapts the company’s hybrid technology for heavy-duty over-the-road applications. The company says it wants to extend the technology to all of Daimler Trucks’ large trucks.
Hino Dutro Plug-in Hybrid was another concept vehicle combining all-electric and hybrid technologies.
Not a truck, but rather Honda’s idea on how to reduce highway congestion and CO2 emissions.
Isuzu’s light-duty concept combines diesel-electric hybrid with plug-in electric technology to extend the range of its zero-emissions battery operation.
Suzuki, like most of the Japanese manufacturers at the show, offered a personal transport concept meant to address road congestion and greenhouse gas emissions.
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