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Volvo Concept Lab
Volvo Concept Lab is a communication platform to showcase cutting-edge ideas and innovative concepts to meet our customers' needs and accelerate the transition to a sustainable future.
The future is here
From a LEGO Technic model to a real machine – our autonomous concept wheel loader is breaking new ground in innovative, safe and sustainable construction solutions. Volvo LX03, a world-first prototype, represents a milestone in our next exploration stage into machine intelligence and determination to decarbonize tomorrow's construction.
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We have reached a new milestone with the world-first, emission free hydrogen fuel cell articulated hauler prototype – emitting only water vapor.
The CX01 is an autonomous, self-levelling asphalt compactor prototype, capable of being operated either by remote-control or entirely autonomously.
Our first electric prototype in the mid-size excavator range represents the future for safer and more environmentally responsible construction sites.
The 100% electric compact excavator prototype delivers zero emissions, ten times higher efficiency, ten times lower noise levels, and reduced total cost of ownership.
Although this 70-ton dual-powered cable-connected excavator is operated like a conventional excavator, it emits no carbon when plugged into the grid.
Replacing the combustion engine with a lithium-ion battery delivers zero emissions, significantly lower noise levels, improved efficiency and reduced operational costs.
The LX01 electric hybrid wheel loader can deliver up to a 50% improvement in fuel efficiency. It also significantly reduces emissions and noise pollution.
The HX02 autonomous, battery-electric load carrier prototype has a new drivetrain and a vision system that detects humans or obstacles in the machine's vicinity.
The HX01 autonomous, battery electric, load carrier is the first-generation prototype, which served as proof of concept for the updated, second-generation prototype, HX02.