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19 Facts About Volvo Trucks
When Volvo Trucks manufactured its first automobiles in 1927, the first truck was already on the drawing table.
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In 1986, Volvo commenced sales of trucks under its own brand in North America, introducing the FE-series low-cab COEs.
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In 1995, Volvo Trucks GM ended the use of the WhiteGMC name, with all non-Autocar models adopting the Volvo Trucks name.
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In 2007, Volvo Trucks re-entered the segment through its purchase of UD Nissan Diesel.
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In 2000, Volvo Trucks introduced the VHD severe-service conventional, largely as a replacement for Autocar conventional vehicles.
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On 20 June 2022, Volvo announced that "in the second part of this decade" it would begin making trucks using hydrogen fuel cells with a range of 600 miles, compared to 275 miles for the existing VNR trucks.
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AB Volvo Trucks struck a deal in August 2021 to buy a heavy duty truck subsidiary of Jiangling Motors Corp for about $125.
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Volvo Trucks are exported to and sold by more than 1800 dealers in more than 75 countries.
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Volvo Trucks tried to settle in Argentina on two different occasions: the first, in 1959 would be carried out in partnership with the local company Conarg.
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Volvo Trucks is currently focusing on such alternative fuels such as HVO, DME, LNG and methane.
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Volvo Trucks has released the Live Test series of commercials, which included The Epic Split.
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