“As we continue the journey of decarbonizing transport with our customers, we are rolling out new features and services for every part of that transition — accelerating our ongoing expansion of the electromobility ecosystem with new service offerings. We are also proud to announce a first of its kind dynamic service offering to the North American market, which is paired with enhanced connectivity” said Peter Voorhoeve, president, Volvo Trucks North America. “Volvo Trucks and its dealer network continues to further elevate customers truck uptime, productivity, and plannability that lead to a lower overall total cost of ownership and increased sustainability with every new Volvo truck regardless of the energy source.”
To announce and expand on a new dynamic service offering coming to Volvo Trucks customers and dealers will be Mike Furst, director, contract service and business tech solutions and Duane Tegels, powertrain marketing manager. The duo will highlight the ways in which Volvo Trucks plans to maximize uptime through the truck life cycle, further improve fuel mileage and other key total cost of ownership savings.
On Tuesday, February 28th and Wednesday March 1st, Joel Morrow will be in the Volvo Trucks’ booth (#1907) to share his experience operating the “Purple Haze” Volvo VNL 760 with the D13TC engine and I-Torque in real-world conditions. The Volvo VNL I-Torque and Morrow will be featured in the Volvo Trucks "No Compromise" video series coming to Volvo Trucks North America’s social channels, enjoy the teaser video here.
Volvo Trucks product experts will also be on hand to discuss the I-Torque technology in depth, including how it pairs with I-Shift’s adaptive gear shift strategy and the intelligent GPS mapping in I-See to further improve fuel efficiency without compromising truck performance and productivity. Attendees can also learn more about the D13TC robustness and reliability and how it reduces overall maintenance on the powertrain and brakes with running lower engine RPMs paired with proper driver training and utilizing engine braking in an effective way.
The Volvo VNL 760 that will be on display in Volvo Trucks’ booth includes:
Another highlight in Volvo Trucks’ booth at the TMC event will be the enhanced six-battery pack version of the Volvo VNR Electric model. The Class 8 Volvo VNR Electric truck has been commercially available since December 2020, and trucks have been delivered to customers throughout the U.S. and Canada to operate in their daily freight routes. Volvo Trucks continues to prepare and train its national dealer network to support customers with the commercial deployment of Class 8 battery-electric trucks and recently announced its 25th Volvo Trucks Certified Electric Vehicle dealership in North America.
The enhanced Volvo VNR Electric 6x2 Tractor that will be on display in Volvo Trucks’ booth includes:
Further innovative news from Volvo Trucks will be announced at the VTNA press conference (February 28th - 11:30 am EST) at the TMC show. To learn more about Volvo Trucks North America and read about the latest technological innovations and vehicle deployments, visit the company website.