Episode 88 of The Truck Show Podcast: The Emissionsisode with PPEi, ATS, Diesel Power, and SEMAPosted in News on October 3, 2019
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On This Week's Show:
- Deep dive into the recent emissions controversy with PPEi, ATS, Diesel Power, and SEMA
- Redesigned 2020 Nissan Titan
- New truck announcements from the State Fair of Texas
- Could we be ruled by autonomous vehicles and monkeys?
Kory Willis from PPEi, Clint Cannon of ATS Diesel Performance, Diesel Power's KJ Jones, and SEMA's Peter Treydte all check in to lend some insight about the recent emissions storm that has shaken the diesel performance industry. The guys also share all the truck news that came out of the 2019 State Fair of Texas—including the highly anticipated 2020 Nissan Titian—and question what Ford says you can tow with the new 2020 Super Duty. Lastly, find out what our future will be like when autonomous delivery trucks and rogue monkeys join up to become our new overlords.
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