Trucks

AUSTRALIA

Volvo FE Electric. Compact but capacious

It takes a lot to keep the city on its feet. But this sturdy three-axle truck with a gross vehicle weight of up to 26 tonnes more than holds its own in demanding urban transportation assignments. To simplify the transition to electric transportation, the truck is available with service and support packages for charging, route and range planning, battery monitoring and more.

Up to 26 tonnes GCW

Up to 225 kw power

Up to 200 km range

Stay productive and in control

Adding a Volvo electric truck to your operation is easy. You get access to constant truck monitoring and predictive service planning to secure uptime and deliveries. We have also added extra peace of mind through route planning, positioning with real-time energy status, follow up reports and more. All conveniently accessed and overviewed in the Volvo Connect portal and app. Right next to the other trucks and support functions.

Smooth and powerful driveline

Two electric motors in combination with a 2-speed gearbox, give a very smooth driving experience. The massive power of 225kw (300hp) is handled by a unique traction control system also developed to master slippery surfaces. Different drive modes are available to set the desired performance, comfort and energy usage levels. Up to four battery packs ensure sufficient range for your assignmnents.

Specifications – Volvo FE Electric

Features​

Volvo FE Electric

   
Axle Configurations​

Rigid: 4×2, 6×2

All axles are air suspended

   

Cab​

Day cab, comfort cab, sleeper cab, low entry cab

   

Gross Combination Weight 

Up to 26 tonnes*    
Battery capacity 200-265 kWh, 3 to 4 batteries.    

Range

Up to 200 km

   
Charging time (full charge​)

11 h with AC (22 kW)

​2 h with DC (150 kW )

   

Driveline 

2 electric motors, 2-speed gearbox    
Performance 225kw power (300hp)     

Applications

Suitability for body-work. Electric PTO

   

 

     

*local regulations will have an effect on plated capacity

Resources

FE Electric Brochure

Electromobility FAQs