Westport is putting the needs of fleets first by offering dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) options for Ford Transit Van and Wagon.
As Ford's largest qualified vehicle modifier, Westport is offering the 2017 Ford Transit Van and Wagon as dedicated natural gas (CNG) Westport WiNG™ Power System vehicles. The Transit Van and Wagon are EPA certified.
Westport's Transit Van and Wagon will be compliant with Clean Port Act emissions standards, ensuring that fleets and small businesses who service airports can take advantage of natural gas.
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Westport Fuel Systems has also scheduled a conference call for Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 10:30am ET (7:30am PT)
Clarifies statements regarding its Weichai Westport Inc. joint venture and WWI's 12-liter engine equipped with the HPDI 2.0™ fuel system
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