Manufacturing of a 13L Volvo Truck engine

The Volvo Group’s plant in Skövde produces some 300 engines a day. The heavy-duty 13- and 16-liters engines are delivered to assembly plants where they are installed in trucks that are sold in Europe and the rest of the world.

The following pictures shows the complicated process that transforms sand and scrap metal into advanced engines developing as much as 750 horsepower, capable of pulling loads of 200 tonnes.

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