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15 01 2018 01

LAS VEGAS – Situated not far from many of the eye-catching concept passenger cars in the North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center was one vehicle that literally stood above them all.

TuSimple, a Chinese company founded in 2015, used the CES 2018 show to present its Level 4 autonomous truck technology on a Class 8 truck to the general public for the first time.

"CES is the perfect platform for spotlighting our latest [Level 4] trucks, unveiling new collaborations with Nvidia and Peterbilt [Motors] and introducing our executive team," Mo Chen, CEO of TuSimple, said in a statement.

The Peterbilt truck on display was one of three the company has already started testing in Arizona, product consultant Xiaoling Han told Fleet Owner at TuSimple’s booth.

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