Platooning, in which several vehicles travel tightly together in a semi-autonomous formation for better fuel efficiency and improved safety, kicked off well before the current self-driving car frenzy. And while autonomous trucks such as those from Tesla, Daimler-owned Freightliner, tier-1s like ZF, and self-driving truck startups have been in the spotlight with stunts like hauling Budweiser, Peloton hopes to put the focus back on platooning with its announcement this week that it plans to ...

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