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XL Hybrids to Electrify Ford's F-250 Pickup

XL Hybrids will offer an electrified 2018 Ford F-250 pickup to commercial and municipal fleets that will be unveiled at NTEA's Work Truck Show in Indianapolis in early March, the company announced.

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XL Hybrids Gets Latest CARB Approval

XL Hybrids has received approval for plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) Ford F-150 pickup trucks in the Golden State of California.

2017 Work Truck Show in Pictures

The 2017 Work Truck Show offers up an array of new trucks, engines, and other commercial vehicle announcements. The show runs from March 14 to 17 in Indianapolis. Read our coverage here. Photos by Chris Brown, David Cullen, Lauren Fletcher, and courtesy of Blossman and NTEA.

Service Fleet Improves MPG by 18%

Using a regenerative braking and assist system, this service fleet has seen an approximate 18% mpg improvement on its vans — as well as an increase in productivity with its drivers spending less time at the pump.

Video: A Closer Look at XL Hybrids Vans

XL Hybrids CTO Ed Lovelace explains the technology behind the company's hybrid vans that help fleets improve fuel economy.

Hybrid Conversion Cuts Fleet Vehicle’s Fuel Usage by 30%

This Ohio-based heating and cooling company represents a good test case for an aftermarket electric drive system due to its daily stop-and-go service routes.

6 Game Changers for Work Trucks

At NTEA’s 2014 Work Truck Show, manufacturers, conversion companies and parts manufacturers introduced advances in work vehicles along with better ways to produce them.

Coca-Cola's Hybrid Delivery Vans Bring Fuel Savings

Coca-Cola partnered with XL Hybrids to upfit 100 Chevrolet Express service vans with the XL3 parallel hybrid-electric drive system. The new system will increase the miles the beverage company is able to drive per gallon by 20 to 25 percent.

Finding the Right Fuel-Efficient Fit

The growing number of fuel-efficient and alt-fuel offerings from OEMs and aftermarket upfitters for truck fleets give fleet managers more options than ever to manage fuel spend.