The Volvo VNL series of premium sleeper and day cab models cover most highway applications. They offer unsurpassed driveability, safety, and comfort. And they deliver improved aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, and performance - plus big savings to your bottom line. In short: a premium truck for premium profitability.



Regional haul
Short haul



North America

Front view of Volvo FH on the road

Fuel efficiency is a vital part of successful long hauling. And it's more than a single feature - it’s a combination of customized solutions, working together. We constantly develop and improve these solutions. We want our trucks to be the most fuel-efficient on the road.



D11: 355–405 hp

D13: 375–500 hp

D16: 500–600 hp

Cummins ISX15: 400–550 hp


VNL 300: Day Cab/Long Hood

VNL 430: 42” Flat-Roof Sleeper/Long Hood

VNL 630: 61” Mid-Roof Sleeper/Long Hood

VNL 670: 61” Tall Sleeper/Long hood

VNL 730: Premium 77” Mid-Roof Sleeper/Long Hood

VNL 780: Ultimate 77” Tall Sleeper/Long Hood

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Volvo VNL interior of the cabin

Tall sleeper

For the ultimate in on-the-road comfort, look no further than the VNL 730 and VNL 780. The VNL 730 features a double-size, 53-inch bunk; the VNL 780 a full-size, 42-inch-wide bed and a large, 371 cubic-foot living space. Incredibly spacious and comfortable living quarters enhance rest and comfort - and reduce uncomfortable distractions.

Volvo VNL on the highway

Volvo XE package

Two transmissions in one: the performance of a direct drive when loaded, and a downspeeding overdrive when unloaded. This is the first drivetrain in the industry to use rear axle load to change the driveline based on the vehicle's load. For every 100 rpm of downspeeding, fuel efficiency is improved by around 1.5%.

13L Front

Turbo Compound

With Volvo’s D13 engine with Turbo Compound, brings even more out of the fuel. The system utilizes the energy in the engine’s exhaust gases, and re-use it by bringing it back to the crankshaft. In long-haul applications, this means fuel savings of up to 3% compared to the already efficient D13 engine. And with down-speeding packages, one can save even more.