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History of the First Truck: 1896

The first truck in the world looked like a cart with an engine and without a drawbar. The engine, called "Phoenix," was a four-horsepower-strong two-cylinder engine located at the rear.

Chevrolet Tahoe Through the Years

Since its introduction in the 1995-MY, the Tahoe has since seen extensive use by fleets, including police users of the Tahoe PPV as well as fire and EMS responders.

Chevrolet Suburban Through the Years

Chevrolet's 2020 Suburban marks 85 years of production for the large SUV, which remains the longest running nameplate with an unbroken production run since its introduction as a 1935 model.

Geotab Traces Federal Interstate Highway Development

Telematics provider Geotab has released an interactive map graphic that shows the development of the U.S. interstate highway system from the 1950s until the present day. The interactive timeline shows a detailed look at the development of the infrastructure that began in 1956 with the building of the I-70 between St. Louis and Kansas City.

Subaru Celebrates 50 Years in the U.S.

Subaru of America is celebrating 50 years of selling vehicles in the U.S. by producing anniversary editions of its vehicles that will be offered in limited numbers, the company announced.

Chevrolet's Heritage Truck Fleet

Chevrolet held its 100-year truck anniversary from Dec. 15 to 16 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. Media and select consumers were able to view vehicles in Chevy's Heritage Fleet, and watch an airdrop of the 2019 Silverado. Photos by Michaela Kwoka-Coleman.

Toyota Celebrates 60 Years in the U.S.

Since its humble beginnings in a 3,000-square-foot, one-time Rambler dealership, Toyota has woven itself into the cultural fabric of America. Sixty years in, it encompasses a presence in every state, including 10 manufacturing facilities and nearly 1,500 Toyota and Lexus dealerships.

Chevrolet Trucks Through the Years

Chevrolet is celebrating 100 years of selling light-duty pickups in 1918, and introduced a pair of centennial trucks at the Texas Auto Show in late September. Here's a look at the evolution of Chevrolet pickups since 1918. Read more here. Photos courtesy of Chevrolet.

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