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Volvo reveals new electric truck range

Volvo reveals new electric truck range

Volvo updates medium-duty electric trucks with 450km range, 50% faster charging, and enhanced safety, targeting urban zero-emission transport.

Published 24 Nov 2023By CV Show News

With an electric range of up to 450km, 50 per cent shorter charging time and new active safety features, Volvo ́s updated medium-duty electric trucks are designed for the urban environment – enabling safe zero-emission city transport and logistics.

As cities introduce clean city zones and companies step up their sustainability ambitions, zero emission trucks that can meet all needs for city transport and logistics are more relevant than ever before. To meet these demands, Volvo Trucks has revealed its updated electric medium-duty trucks – the Volvo FL and FE.

The Volvo FL and FE are ideal for most applications in the city such as distribution, refuse handling and urban construction. The electric versions have been on the market since 2019 and are sold in multiple markets across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia.

The AC charging capacity of the battery-electric medium-duty trucks has been almost doubled to 43 kW, cutting the time needed to charge the battery by around 50 per cent. They also offer recently updated battery packs, delivering up to 450km in total range from one charge.

Volvo Trucks has a market-leading offer of electric trucks – and we are constantly improving them to enable more businesses to take the step to zero-emission vehicles for their daily operations,

said Jessica Sandström, head of product management at Volvo Trucks.

The upgraded Volvo FL and FE models are ideal work tools for businesses with sustainability high up on their agendas, offering a wide range of applications for their customers.

Safety is key in the trucks, which typically share limited space with cars, cyclists, bikers and pedestrians. A range of new features will increase safety both for the driver and for other road users and these safety upgrades mean that the Volvo FL and FE models exceed the General Safety Regulations coming into effect in 2024.

The new FL and FE models also come with a new design with a revamped front end, distinct LED headlights and a boosted iron mark as well as the Volvo wordmark in the front.

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