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  • UD Trucks


    259x259pxUD Trucks Corporation (UDトラックス株式会社, UD Torakkusu Kabushikigaisha) is a Japanese company whose principal business is the manufacturing and sales of diesel trucks, buses, bus chassis and special-purpose vehicles. Its headquarters are located in Ageo, Saitama, Japan. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Volvo Group since 2007. Before 2010, the company was known as Nissan Diesel. The UD name was originally used for the company's Uniflow Diesel Engine (a two-stroke diesel engine), developed in 1955, but is now marketed as meaning "Ultimate Dependability".

  • Otto (company)


    Otto was an American self-driving technology company founded in January 2016 by Lior Ron and Anthony Levandowski. The company is based in San Francisco and employees 90 people as of August 2016. The company focuses on retrofitting semi trucks with radars, cameras and laser sensors to make them capable of driving themselves. In August 2016, Otto was acquired by the transportation network company Uber. Lior Ron, the co-founder of the company, has stated that Otto will have self-driving fleets of trucks on the road by early 2017. In summer 2018, Uber shuttered the Otto project to focus on self-driving cars.

  • Volvo VN


    The Volvo VN is a Heavy Duty Truck produced by the Swedish vehicle manufacturer Volvo Trucks. Initially developed in North America, it was introduced in 1996 as the second generation Volvo Class 8 tractor. For the 2004 model year the third generation model was introduced with a revised hood, headlamps, fairings and interior. It was the first Volvo commercial vehicle to be assembled in the United States. It is currently available exclusively for the North American market.

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