The Volvo Trucks online configurator allows users to spec out the new Volvo VNR and VNL models, selecting exterior options, interiors, powertrain and uptime services. Screenshot via Volvo Trucks

The Volvo Trucks online configurator allows users to spec out the new Volvo VNR and VNL models, selecting exterior options, interiors, powertrain and uptime services. Screenshot via Volvo Trucks

Volvo Trucks has released a new online configurator tool for building and customizing new Volvo VNR and VNL models.

Custom spec’d designs can be shared through social media or sent directly to a local Volvo Trucks dealer for additional information.

With the tool, users can start by selecting the Volvo VNR or VNL series, choosing cab size, and then custom configure the truck’s exterior, interior, powertrain, axles, warranty and uptime services. In total, the online configurator for desktop and tablets features 22 options that can be selected, rendering more than 4,000 versions of a truck.

The online custom truck configurator features the eight Volvo VNR and VNL models – VNR 300, 400, 640 and VNL 300, 400, 740, 760 and 860. After selecting a VNR regional haul or VNL long-haul model, the configurator allows users to choose various options, including a sample of paint colors, bumper, mirrors, air intake, aerodynamic options (roof, side and chassis fairings) and bright packages. Configuring a truck concludes with selection of interior trim level, powertrain, safety features, and uptime services.

“The Volvo Trucks online configurator gives customers and enthusiasts the opportunity to build their dream Volvo while learning more about the truck and its intended application,” said Magnus Koeck, Volvo Trucks North America vice president of marketing and brand management. “This is a great tool because it’s an engaging way to learn more about the new products and it provides a visual guide of what the VNR or VNL will look like before placing an order.”

Related: HDT's Guide to the New Volvo VNL

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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