People are increasingly familiar with green housing, fuel-efficient personal vehicles, and innovative gadgets. In the background, however, companies are developing new designs for constructing vehicles and trucks.
Surface transportation is the lifeblood of commerce in many nations, especially the UK. From transporting tourists and travelers to bringing goods into the marketplace every day, we all rely on the efficiency of commercial vehicles.
Historically, the designs for these vehicles have not been particularly aerodynamic. Maintenance and use costs were high and we all paid higher prices for our goods and services because of that.
Fortunately, many companies are starting to look at what the next generation of commercial vehicle designs will look like. Sleek and efficient, the future of large vehicles looks promising.
The new designs reflect efficiency, aerodynamics, and technological innovation. Here’s a closer look at what some of the largest commercial vehicle companies in the world are developing to revitalize the trucking industry for the future.
The retail industry may follow this American giant into the future of truck design. Walmart’s concept truck design was unveiled in February 2014 and promises to be far more aerodynamic and fuel flexible than any current technology on the market.
Called “WAVE (Walmart Advanced Vehicle Experience),” it’s...