Volvo FMX

Volvo FMX, the modern construction truck, packed with innovative solutions and groundbreaking features.

4×2, 4×4, 6×2, 6×4, 6×6, 8×2, 8×4, 8×6, 10×4 or 10×6

D11 or D13 (330 to 540 hp)
Volvo FMX engines

Up to 540 hp of pure power.
Without jeopardising fuel efficiency.

Volvo FMX torque

The Volvo torque curve.
You’ll feel it in the pedal.

Excellent torque at low revs. An extremely wide max torque range. Peak torque meets peak power. Volvo’s leadership in diesel-engine technology is clearly visible once you start comparing engine curves. You’ll experience fast acceleration, excellent pulling power, comfortable low-speed handling and, not least, a fuel-efficient and pleasurable ride at cruising speed.

Engine fuel efficiency

Fuel-efficiency built-in.

The optimised combustion chamber geometry. The fast and precise EMS-controlled injection. The high gas-fill ratio. We could go on listing what makes Volvo engines hard to beat at fuel economy. Your bottom line will reap the benefits. So will the environment.

Volvo engine brake plus

VEB and VEB+. Up to 375 hp of braking effect.

Minimise wear on the brake pedal. Volvo’s patented engine brakes absorb up to an impressive 375 kW (510 hp) on the D13 and 290 kW on the D11. Integrated with I-Shift and the cruise control, it makes a descent into the gravel pit or mine comfortable, without compromising safety or fuel economy.

Volvo engine range

Up to 540 hp. Pick yours.

The engine range for Volvo FMX comprises eight different power ratings: four 11-litre (D11) and four 13-litre (D13). You can rest assured there’s always one that suits your transport operations.

Type Max power (hp) Max power (kW) Max torque (Nm)
D11K330 330 243 1600
D11K370 370 272 1750
D11K410 410 302 1950
D11K450 450 332 2150
D13K420 420 309 2100
D13K460 460 338 2300
D13K500 500 368 2500
D13K540 540 397 2600

View the complete specs for the driveline range here.

Our solution for Euro 6.

80% lower emissions of NOₓ and 50% less particulates. This is how we managed to meet Euro 6 without compromising engine performance.


A closed loop butterfly, a waste-gate turbo, a so-called uncooled EGR and more. The new engine components serve two main purposes: to improve gas-flow and make sure the exhausts reach the after-treatment system at optimum temperature.

7th injector

A special diesel injector is used for heat management of the DOC and ensures the efficiency of the DPF and good SCR functionality.

Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)

The DOC produces the NO₂ necessary for the DPF to efficiently combust the particulates. In cold conditions, it also provides the heat needed for regeneration.

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)

The filter collects particulate matter (PM) and stores it until it’s burned off during regeneration. The regeneration is done automatically and the driver doesn’t need to take any action.

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)

In the mixing zone, the exhausts are sprayed with AdBlue. When they reach the catalyst, the nitrogen oxides (NOₓ) are efficiently transformed into harmless nitrogen gas and water.

Ammonia Slip Catalyst (ASC)

The last step before the tailpipe where the remaining ammonia (NH₃), if any, is removed.