Capacity of Texas has announced it is expanding its terminal truck lineup to include three eco-friendly options by the end of next year. We’ve talked about the company’s PHETT electric terminal tractor (yard goat) before, now they’re adding more options.
They include a zero-emissions terminal truck powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology, a propane hybrid due out in late 2012 and a GM V8 propane engine that will be available by the end of 2013, the company announced.
The company claims already to offer more engine choices than any other terminal tractor manufacturer.
“The number of engines we offer is substantial. With Capacity, customers can customize the truck to for their operation and not have to build their operation around the limitations of other trucks,” said Jerry Looney, vice-president of sales and marketing with Capacity.
The company currently offers the Cummins (QSB T3, T4i and ISB10), Cummins Westport (for CNG/LNG), Navistar MF7 ’10, Ford V10 Propane/Gas, Diesel and Electric Hybrid.