LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Daimler will produce North America’s first SAE Level 2 automated truck in the form of a new Cascadia that offers automated steering, acceleration and braking in certain situations. And the company is hardly stopping its autonomous journey there.
Minimizer now offers custom-molded floor mats for the new Freightliner Cascadia 116 and 126. The two truck models feature a different interior than their 113 and 125 counterparts, necessitating floor mats for the newer designs, Minimizer says. The company now […]
Daimler Trucks North America has made the Detroit Assurance 4.0 collision mitigation system and Meritor EX+ L air disc brakes standard on all new Freightliner Cascadia trucks. Detroit Assurance 4.0 safety systems includes adaptive cruise control and active brake assist […]
Freightliner has unveiled keyless entry and a power supply for medical devices as the latest upgrades to its new Cascadia models.
ATLANTA, GA – Freightliner has expanded the lineup for its New Cascadia, with a mid-roof cab that targets overnight regional haulers as well as bulk haulers and flatbed operations.
TORONTO, ON — Today’s Trucking’s six-video series looks closely at Freightliner’s New Cascadia. It’s not a rework or a remake of the popular Cascadia, but clean-page design that improves much of what made the Cascadia popular. Fuel efficiency is said to be 8% better than the current Evolution model and a whopping 13% better than the base-model Cascadia. In this video, we dig into the Cascadia’s fuel-saving potential and explores the technology that makes those savings possible.
WASHINGTON, DC – Daimler Trucks North America will be replacing the output shafts on select 2017 Freightliner Cascadias and Western Star 5700 trucks with NFD tandem rear axles, under a recall announced by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
I think drivers and fleets will be pleased with the performance of the NG-powered Cascadia 113. It lacks for nothing compared to the diesel version, and it’s even quieter.
Truck tests may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of California’s Napa Valley, but there we were, in a spiffy new Freightliner Cascadia putting Daimler’s new DT12 automated manual transmission through its paces.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Want to have a closer look at the new 2018 Freightliner Cascadia? Wait no longer. Check out a video preview in our Ultimate Test Drive series.
OTTAWA – Freightliner’s Cascadia and Coronado recalled for brake issues.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – After 16 months of wind-tunnel testing and over a million hours of design work, Freightliner Trucks launched the entirely new Cascadia on-highway truck today.
Freightliner Cascadia’s aerodynamic enhancements plus a lightweight version
The Cascadia natural gas powered tractor is now available with a 48-in. sleeper cab, and there’s a bunch of new options for all Cascadias, including daycab roof fairings and a new air dryer