Why Australia’s infiniti trucks are falling short of its targets

Australia’s new infinicyt truck manufacturers are failing to meet the target of increasing sales of 4 million vehicles by 2020, according to new analysis.

Key points:A new report by the Australian Automobile Association says Infiniti, Volvo, Daimler and Hyundai are the worst offendersThe ACCA says the lack of investment in research and development is costing Australian firms moneyThe ACCAs research found that of the 14 manufacturers that have been identified as having an “overall” or “performance” problem, all of them had poor sales of vehicles in 2016.

“The problem of poor sales growth in Australia is a serious problem, and it’s a problem that needs to be addressed urgently,” ACCA chief executive Brian Kavanagh said.

“These problems are endemic and can’t be ignored.”AAP/ABC

Why your new Volvo T-Mobile is more than a trucking company

A trucking truck is one of the world’s most popular commercial vehicles, but it’s also a huge part of the company’s business.

But as Volvo continues to ramp up trucking, it’s looking to get more efficient.

As part of a larger effort to reduce its carbon footprint, the company has announced plans to make its fleet of trucks more efficient by 20% in 2020.

That’s an ambitious goal, especially since trucks still account for about 10% of Volvo’s overall fleet.

But the trucking companies biggest competitor, General Motors, also plans to be more efficient in 2020 by up to 20%.

The two companies are competing to become the world leader in trucking efficiency, and the new goal could be the key to that.