A trucking truck is one of the world’s most popular commercial vehicles, but it’s also a huge part of the company’s business.
But as Volvo continues to ramp up trucking, it’s looking to get more efficient.
As part of a larger effort to reduce its carbon footprint, the company has announced plans to make its fleet of trucks more efficient by 20% in 2020.
That’s an ambitious goal, especially since trucks still account for about 10% of Volvo’s overall fleet.
But the trucking companies biggest competitor, General Motors, also plans to be more efficient in 2020 by up to 20%.
The two companies are competing to become the world leader in trucking efficiency, and the new goal could be the key to that.