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Volvo Debuts Electric Trucks

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Sales will start in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, France and the Netherlands. 

Sales will start in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, France and the Netherlands. 

Volvo has started selling the Volvo FL and Volvo FE electric trucks in selected markets within Europe, proving that sustainable transport solutions are viable for city environments, even in colder climates.

The Volvo FL Electric has capacity for a GVW (gross vehicle weight) of 16 tonnes, while the GVW of the Volvo FE Electric is 27 tonnes.

Thanks to reduced noise levels, deliveries and garbage collection can now take place early in the morning, late in the evening or even at night, helping to improve transport logistics and reduce congestion during peak hours. 

“Global urbanization requires urban logistics and truck transport with zero emissions and less noise with increasing urgency. With the Volvo FL Electric and Volvo FE Electric we are able to meet both the strong environmental demands as well as the high commercial requirements of our customers,” says Jonas Odermalm, VP Product Line Electromobility.

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