Electromobility made easy. Electric trucks are here.

There is a huge interest for electric trucks on the market and curiosity to understand more about the possibilities of this new electrified technology and its practical use in everyday business. Shifting to electromobility will make cargo transportation quieter, cleaner and more sustainable. The transition towards a new, more sustainable transport society involves new consideration and also new opportunities.
Transition to electric

A smooth transition with Volvo Trucks

Volvo Trucks want to make the transition towards electromobility easy. The approach is holistic; offering solutions based on each customer’s individual needs like driving cycles, load capacity, uptime, range and other parameters. Always with the aim to offer customers high uptime and productivity. With the full picture, we offer the right mix of products and services to optimise daily operations. We back this up with the security of a global dealer network.

Transition to electric

Facts Volvo FL Electric

  • Fully electrically-powered truck for distribution, refuse collection and other applications in urban conditions, GVW 16 tonnes.
  • Driveline: 185 kW electric motor, max power/130 kW continuous output, two speed transmission. Max torque electric motor 425 Nm. Max torque rear axle 20 kNm.
  • Energy storage: Lithium-ion batteries, 100–300 kWh.
  • Range: Up to 300 km.
  • Charging: Two different charging systems are available.
  • CCS2: Maximum charge power 150 kW DC.
  • Low Power Charging: Maximum charge power 22 kW AC.
  • Charging time: From empty to fully charged batteries (300 kWh): CCS2 150 kW approx. 1–2 hours, Low power charging approx. 10 hours.
Electromobility facts

Facts Volvo FE Electric

  • Fully electrically-powered truck for distribution, refuse collection and other applications in urban conditions, GVW 27 tonnes.
  • Driveline: Two electric motors with 370 kW max power/260 kW continuous power, two speed transmission. Max torque electric motors 850 Nm. Max torque rear axle 28 kNm.
  • Energy storage: Lithium-ion batteries, 200–300 kWh.
  • Range: Up to 200 km.
  • Charging: Two different charging systems are available. CCS2: Maximum charge power 150 kW DC. Low Power Charging: Maximum charge power 22 kW AC.
  • Charging time: From empty to fully charged batteries (300 kWh): CCS2 150 kW approx. 1.5 hours, Low power charging approx. 10 hours.
Electromobility, Claes Nilsson, Volvo Trucks

We’re immensely proud to present the first in a range of fully electrically-powered Volvo trucks ready for regular traffic. With this model we are making it possible for cities that aim for sustainable urban development to benefit from the advantages of electrified truck transports.

Claes Nilsson

President Volvo Trucks

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