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Jerome Bettis

Emmitt Smith

A verified 14,885 industry professionals gathered at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis March 7–10 for Work Truck Week 2023. North America’s largest work truck event included a sold-out Green Truck Summit; Work Truck Show exhibit hall packed with new commercial vehicles, equipment and technology from 507 exhibiting companies; Ride & Drive with electric and internal combustion vehicles from 19 companies; and dozens of product launches, including eight new commercial electric vehicles.

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America announced its first all-electric production model, the N-Series EV, with a Work Truck Week 2023 press conference on March 8. The new truck was announced simultaneously in three markets: Japan, the United States and Canada. 

All Work Truck Week 2023 attendees had the opportunity to explore, drive or ride in a variety of electric and internal combustion engine commercial vehicles during Ride & Drive March 8–9.

The Knapheide Manufacturing Company celebrated its 175th anniversary at Work Truck Week 2023 with a heritage display.

New Exhibitor Pavilion returned for Work Truck Week 2023, giving attendees access to 25 companies exhibiting for the first time.

Green Truck Summit, NTEA’s full-day advanced fuels and vehicle technology conference, was sold out, with nearly 1,000 attendees gathering to hear from industry experts, including keynote speaker Jennifer Rumsey, president and CEO of Cummins Inc., shown here with event emcee John Davis, creator, host and executive producer of MotorWeek.

More photos are available for download through our WTW23 album.