The all-electric Fuso eCanter provides a window into the future of metro truck driving – and the future is exciting.
The first all-electric truck fleet test in Germany started overnight. Fuso is working with the Municipality of Stuttgart and logistics company Hermes, which are running five electric Canter E-Cell trucks.
The Melbourne Rebels have added size and versatility to the club courtesy of a major partnership with leading truck and bus brand Fuso.
A Victorian charity is using a fleet of Fuso Canter trucks to collect millions of donations every year to raise money for diabetes research, children’s camps and support services. Diabetes Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation that works to support people with all types of diabetes.
Fuso has introduced an imposing concept truck inspired by a giant spider. The big black and red rig was built to wow crowds at the Tokyo Motor Show that started last week and features boom cranes and attachments that can dig, drill, grab and bite.
A decade of reliable service from a single Fuso truck was enough for a Perth-based building site-preparer to buy seven more. Lee Pritchard is finally trading-in the FS52 8x4 Fuso he bought new 10 years ago, which he refers to as the 'old girl'.
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Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), one of Asia’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers, celebrated its delivery of its 50,000th Canter light-duty truck sold in Australia to StarTrack, one of Australia’s leading road and air freight operators. This Australian milestone follows another important milestone for Canter in 2013, with Canter celebrating its 50th birthday earlier this year.
The first generation of the FUSO Canter light-duty truck came onto the market in March 1963 in Japan. 50 years and eight generations later, MFTBC is proud to celebrate the truck as a bestseller, with global sales of 3,700,000 units sold since its original market launch in its home market of Japan.