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Volvo Electric trucks

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Read about Volvos range of electric trucks

13.4% of all registered vehicles are commercial trucks

The average freight truck in the U.S. emits 161.8 grams of CO2 per ton-mile

Trucks moved a total of $772 billion worth of freight in 2019

It is no secret that trucks are huge emitters of carbon dioxide and other harmful Greenhouse Gases.

While electric cars are becoming more and more common, trucks have posed other issues. While talks of this possibility came alongside the emergence of electric cars, this has only become feasible in recent years.

Volvo has now deployed a range of fully electric trucks, fully equipped with the necessities required for carrying and loading cargo.

Other than emissions, electric trucks have other benefits in comparison to diesel.

They typically have more motors which last longer without breaking down, meaning this will be much less common. The kinetic energy released from braking is used to further power the batteries, meaning the wearing down of brake pads is greatly reduced, in turn reducing waste material in maintenance.


  • 300KM range - 80% charge in 90 minutes

  • Energy storage from breaking

  • Eye shift gear box, automatic gear changing

  • Adaptive drive modes including energy efficiency

  • Fully electric

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300KM range

80% charge in 90 minutes

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Volvo usually have a wide range of open positions on their Career page. We recommend checking if they have roles within their electric car sector.

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