Greenkraft is receiving orders for its G-series trucks from Classes 4 to 7, positioning it to provide the commercial trucking industry a viable alternative to diesel. Greenkraft’s G-series trucks hold EPA and CARB certifications, have achieved near-zero emissions classifications, and fill a void in today’s commercial truck industry as companies seek alternative fuel and gasoline options for fleet vehicles.
Greenkraft says many of today’s fleet operators use diesel-fueled trucks that use emission control systems that require a significant amount of maintenance to meet specific federal and state emissions standards, putting trucks in the shop for extended periods of time and raising overall operation costs. Compared to diesel trucks, Greenkraft’s trucks offered in gasoline have less down time and fewer required emission controls to clean particulate matter.
To date, Greenkraft has received orders for its G-series trucks ranging from 14,000 lbs. to 26,000 lbs. GVW.