I drove the most powerful Volvo in the world!

čas přidán 27. 01. 2023

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  • Hit LIKE on this comment if you want to see Mat review more trucks in the future!

    • ⭐ @carwow @Matt Do Bus reviews too, there aren't any channel covering the bus segment. Do bus reviews of Mercedes, setra, volvo, neoplan, Iveco etc..

    • Good Now try volvo bus

    • Great video! Although, i think Volvo Iron Knight would be more suitable for your driving style 😅 If you haven't heard of check out at Volvo Trucks channel here: cs-tv.org/tv/video-fLtbv7mqa2E.html

    • @SNM Scania? 🤣

    • Bots in the chat are impersonating you and are trying to scam people. I just had to report one.

  • I’m a truck driver myself I can honestly say the FH16 is mind blowing. I took 1 down to Italy a few years ago fully loaded and I cannot explain what it’s like to have that kind of weight on and climb a mountain without slowing down! My regular truck is 500bhp and it struggles on big hills when it’s at max weight. When you start a hill climb in the FH16 and expect it to start slowing down but it just keeps on going that’s a surreal feeling that’s where you realise you’ve got serious power underneath you 😂😂

    • @ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ no one asked

    • @ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ If time is money, then what about the charging?

    • I used to use a 278 F10 at 38t so you know nothing on slow trucks

    • @Phil Coyne didn't say it wasn't even at 750 it just passed everything only thing that holds me up is coaches not quick enough it sits at 65mph

    • @Jamie Hughes yeah but that’s you modding it so that’s different. Just a scanny Volvo argument that’ll never end unfortunately

  • I think that one of the mistakes we're making, is that we're expecting the electric vehicles to be a fully developed substitute for the combustion engine vehicles in a few years. It took us 100 years to get this far with combustion engines - we can't expect EV's to be "there" yet. We have to adapt our logistical chains to them, and in due time they'll be as far ranging as today's diesels. Technology moves fast, though, by 2030 we may already be there.

    • problems with EV's is that right now we don't even know if it's possible. battery technology has not really ben that fast and people don't understand how limited EV's are. right now you can't make any large vehicle a EV because by the time you have enough juice in them they are to heavy to actually haul. that goes for airplanes boats and trucks. hell even motorcycles struggle as they also need to be light to perform well and are toys so never really in eco driving mode. EV's just can't handle much right now. cars work because you can add extra weight without to many negatives and you ain't gonna be hauling mutch anyway so no need to keep weight down.

  • While hanging on to the 'pull up bars', you missed the two steps on the front grill that fold down and allow you to climb up and clean the windscreen. Volvo trucks are awesome... I drive an FH500 every day and love it to bits, it's my home from home.

  • 8:17 This is called a "jake brake", and it works by reducing the exhaust flow. The net effect is that pistons have a harder time pushing the exhaust fumes out, thus are slowed down, and this is what provides engine braking. Its primary use is to save brake pads and discs, not fuel, although when you use a jake brake, the fuel injection will also be cut off. So yes, there will be _some_ fuel savings, but the brakes are actually the main benefactors here.

    • @Lor . A Jake is one VARIETY of Engine Brake .

    • A " Jake Brake " does NOT block the Exhaust at all . Quite the Opposite actually . Hence the Loud Barking noise that a Jake makes . The thing you described is called an " Exhaust Brake " . A Flapper Valve immediately after the Exhaust Manifold . . Those make a Hissing Sound .

    • It might be a retarder instead as thats how many of them are activated

    • Its actually the retarder

    • There are two types of engine brake, not to be confused with retarders which do not use the engine for braking, one is the jake brake nicely described by Luke Lanam, the jake brake is very noisy but also very effective, the other is exhaust braking where a butterfly valve closes of the exhaust pipe increasing the back pressure on the engine, kind of like putting your finger over the end of a bike pump and trying to pump it. the valve can't be a complete seal, or it would blow the something apart, it is reasonably effective and quiets the exhaust noise, it is used more often on light and medium sized trucks. The Volvo I used to drive had both the jake for effective engine braking and the exhaust braking to reduce the noise from the jake.

  • Definitely more truck reviews, most of us don't see this side of the motor industry. Be cool to see busses too !

    • Why not?…yes I definitely agree 👍

    • We don't get these trucks in America.

    • Yes please buses need to be covered too. No one really does a good review on them. Only body & interior show show off is done on buses

    • @Kernoodles if you encounter one PITA, you encountered a PITA. If everyone you encounter is a PITA, you're the PITA.

    • Worse thing about busses...there's 50+ PITAs sitting behind you!

  • Electric is definitely good for inter county deliveries for many logistic companies but the Non-electric is seriously good for continental deliveries. nice to see Volvo is taking the electric challenge. Tesla should not be the only one in electric truck industry.

    • @すもも麻子 ask Pepsi how much it weighs lol

    • @Ben Irwin Tesla hasn't even given out 80% of the specification of their tractor yet, and it is supposedly being delivered and open for preorders. We don't even know how much the Tesla Semi weighs, and with the 500 mile "promise" all we can tell that it is going to be a heavy tractor, in fact if this electric Volvo weighs 10+ tons, the Tesla Semi is likely going to be somewhere in the 11-13 ton range, possibly more, which is highly unattractive for most European and Asian markets where the limits are more strict than the USA.

    • @UltraEdd 37194 kg

    • @Ben Irwin the 'load' 5000kg ;)

    • @little hippo tesla semis have shipped and have a lot more range full load

  • Never leave your coffee in the cup holder when lifting the cab!

    • and don't forget your porn magazine in the bed when you leave the truck in for maintenance so the mechanic then finds it when it smacks the windscreen

    • Also don't forget something heavy in for example the bed that might end up in the front windshield or hit the dash.

    • 😁

    • @Aminur Rahman since the whole cab will tilt 90 degrees so will the cupholders, making everything in them fall out.

    • What will happen then?

  • Highly appreciate the quality content you are creating throughout this episode. But, what I have quite noticed and at the same time feel sorry for that whenever Mr. Matthew reviews such type of a vehicle he never gets informed about the practice of how to appropriately climb outside of it which is quite an essential piece of knowledge to be acquired.

  • I had to laugh Matt. Who trys to go down steps forwards lol. You made my day.🤣🤣🤣

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  • So could someone work out how many weeks it would take the electric truck to cover the 1100 mile range of the diesel?

    • Electric trucks aren’t made for long haul, so it’s a completely pointless question to ask.

    • @Jos v I the Tesla semi ain't doing shit. it's a massive failure always has ben always will be. Tesla ain't as great as people think. cheap parts shitty service, no experience in the car industry or truck industry, 50% of their products are straight lies. shit musk said he could do years ago but yet to this day has not delivered on.

    • @Jos v I I'll believe the Tesla/Musk hype machine when i see a couple of real world reviews, also, took them some time to deliver 2 trucks to Pepsi. Tesla still haven't got "Full self driving" that's been touted and is now getting sued over it.

    • Answer is Tesla Semi will do it in one day. Volvo have a long way to go to catch Tesla.

    • If you only do channel crossing’s the 1100 miles would take the same amount of weeks… (Dover-Calais)

  • Should i: - avoid it - consider it - shortlist it - or go right ahead and buy it ???

    • Diesel shortlist it, electric avoid it

    • Shortlist it. This and Scania v8

    • This is pretty funny 😂

    • If you do cannel crossing’s go for electric then you can get it done with one charge in the week 😊

    • I wanted to write the same comment :) Well done :)

  • I have never seen in my life that anyone get out of the truck like that. Even my grandmother got out of the truck more normally than this 😢

  • You can tell that his experties are definetly somewhere else than trucks.

    • Well I didn't think he was a long distance lorry driver when he isn't doing Carwow.

    • Yep, painfully obvious.

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  • From Reviewing Bugattis to reviewing Euro Trucks. Matt has come a long way 😅😂

    • He have come even longer!

    • Ye aise jaldi jaldi awkward aur cringeworthy comment krne attention grabbing indians bohot hogaye hai🤮

    • Also reviewing the Mercedes w13 f1 car! Matt is a legend 😂🔥

    • @elsombrero1000 lol, americans think always they are the best

    • this is what success looks like lol

  • I can't remember the last time I only drove 200 miles. I'm a daycabber in the US Midwest and it's not unusual to do 400 miles per day just in one state. I'd need two of these trucks for that, assuming it would actually go the full 200 miles (it won't).

    • it's not for longer distances it's for shorter daily drives and city transports. + europ has strickt laws on how long you can drive and when you need to take a brake. you have 4,5hours of drive time before you need to take a 45min brake (or you can split it and take a 15min brake during those 4,5hours and then only need 30min when you hit 4,5h) then you get another 4,5hours. you can get 1hour extra drive time if needed i belive 2x per week or something like that. but then you still need that 45min brake after 4,5h before you can do the last 1hour. like 9/10 times i have seen sleeper cabs they are just sleeper because why not. they rarely actually get used as such unless we talking the bigger FH which is used for longer distance transports. here in sweden it's up to 74tons and 25meters long. we also got trucks with special permits that do 100ton hauls of logs. road train in other words

    • @Josh 40* tonnes xD

    • @Zaarker U 4 tons? Lmao.

    • Well, its not built for the American market. And its specced for the European market. And the range is certified, and it will make that with a 4 tonne load.

  • I wish Volvo would make the D16 engine available for their over the road drive trains in the USA! Volvo stopped making the D16 available back in the 2010s. The USA only goes as high as the Volvo D13. For large RV busses like the Prevost towing a heavy trailer the D13 is underpowered. It also has lower fuel millage and reliability than Detroit Diesel. That could be forgiven if it could be had with 750 HP.

  • Kudos to Volvo for using the "Zero Tailpipe Emissions" slogan, since it's the correct way to label it.

  • I’m truck driver myself god I miss my FH ok it’s gas unit and comfy as well, driving few old Scania P at the moment love the review Matt.

  • Nice vid Mat. I drove a MAN 20.321 pre speed-limiter days hauling 32 tons gross, then Mercedes 500 at 38 tons with speed-limiters & the driving experience was like chalk & cheese. The idiot boffins who introduced speed-limiters absolutely wrecked truck driving & for no good reason! There will always be a shortage of HGV drivers because of this & many other reasons brought about by people who have no idea what its like to be in a cab all day. These newer trucks are far too complicated & will spend too much time in a garage at great expense. As for the electric truck, I wouldn`t even touch it with yours!

  • Well... I wonder how long it will take to create an electric Volvo which can be used for hauling logs from the depths of Swedish forests... There's an obvious lack of charging stations out there... But methanol or hydrogen could be the alternative. However, I think diesel will be with us for quite a while yet. In and around cities it makes sense with electricity. But I think they should try what a Chinese carmaker is using, a battery that's changed automatically in five minutes at the gas... power station. No need to stand still for charging. I'm a little curious about why it hasn't been tried on trucks yet.

  • I have been driving a FH 500 for the last 300k - its taken this review to show me how to raise the cab. never been shown - probably a sign I have been working for the wrong mob.

  • This Volvo and Scania V8 770S, most HP in the world. 👍💯

  • Am I the only one who's really unnerved by the Volvo guy keeping his seat belt pulled away? oO

  • Really loved this!

  • Exactly, just as you said, Electric truck (or a van) will be better for "local" distribution. A diesel will be better for long haul. The same thing applies to cars - the ICE cars bans in Europe make no real sense. Lots of company cars are used for "long haul", and company cars are the majority of new car sales.

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  • 200 miles electric, that’s more of enough to do a whole week of channel crossing’s…

  • Mat why don't you try a tug of war with both these trucks 🤔🤔

  • This truck have more features then i have in my car 😅

    • it's a wee bit more expensive too

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  • I still love my bicycle.. and my 2 leg power.. 😉

  • 6:12 is going to be a law suit/ recall in the future. I hope they fix it before then.

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  • 6:13 I actually thought that was going to actually fall off just by the way it was going down so quickly 😅.

    • well back in my day you had to hand crank them fuckers. you know like a floor jack that you pump with a long pipe? yeah trucks work the same so you just pump and pump and pump untill the cabin falls over on it's own. reall scary first time you are doing it because you think the whole cabin will fall off xD

    • The weight shifted

    • Yup

    • Ditto😂😂

    • Same XD

  • The cool thing about cabovers is you ALWAYS find whatever you dropped in the cab when you do your daily pre-drive checks! Most of the time it's right there on the windshield making it easy to grab and some of the time it's arranged in a pile in front of the truck on the ground amongst what used to be your windshield. I could SWEAR I strapped that microwave down....

    • @Kernoodles Never knew the japanese used that box

    • @Social Justice Warrior None of the above, not even A/C for the 40C days...was fun, using river beds for road, driving down mountain sides and using irrigation pivot ramps to climb cliffs...would do it all again tomorrow, if Ardern wasn't the leader-unjabbed

    • @Kernoodles even if i was hungry and homeless I still wouldn't accept that job. twin splitter gearbox in 2022? Did it even have seatbelts? Cabin airbags? Or at least tell me it did NOT have the driver's seat bolted directly onto the cab floor without an airbag under the seat.

    • @Kernoodles LOL. so worth it because of the EPIC spearfishing. I thought about the land trains in Australia but it was pretty much a flat land drive.

    • @LKNANML 1st day on the job in NZ,the boss took me round to the yard, first thing it went through my head, was; "F*ck me,Jurassic Park " ...as I was shown to a 1995 Isuzu with a twin splitter gearbox!

  • Bloody hell I saw that electric truck on the back of another truck 3 days after this video was released

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  • Matt still cant get out of the cab smh 🤣🤣

  • Time to imagine my life with it

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  • 200 mile range for that massive electric motor? That is absolutely pathetic. What a shambles. So about 1/5th of the diesel truck. Lol. Never in a million years is this gonna catch on for trucks if it takes so long to charge and has so little range, Volvo should be ashamed at those stats. I was expecting you to say 800 at least. Wow.

  • Who wants to hear a joke? Electric truck! 😂

  • I'm fairly sure the engine brake is for slowing down on a continuous downward slope to help maintain a lower speed and not cook the brakes, causing a horrific accident.

    • @Daniel Fair enough, thanks for your input!

    • It can be, but the engine brake shuts off the engine and stops fuel going in therefore is more economical. Also it saves brake wear and tyre ware from harsh braking. Especially in the UK brakes over heating isn't really an issue for the most part and you have to remember going downhill using the engine brake you're only braking 2 wheels of the unit which can cause you to slide more easily and jackknife so it's best to use the engine brake with some brake so the trailer wheels are also slowing

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  • The Scania 770S have 20 more hp than this Volvo, just sayin😉

  • I drive an EV. I think they are absolutely briliant. But an electric truck makes zero sense to me. 175kw DC charging? My tesla does 250kw. How can a truck charge slower than a tesla? In an industry where time is essential it doesn't make any sense. For now I think they will only be used in really specific cases, like short routes in cities. But it will be a while until they can replace diesel trucks.

  • The presenter was completely oblivious to the fact that the trailer offtrack a around corners. Needs to go a bit wide around the bends to keep the trailer within the lane

  • The 750 was on Eco mode 🙈😞

  • Look forward to seeing it getting pumped by the Tesla truck.

  • Absolutely do more of these. Loved the truck, loved Martin, this is fascinating.

  • Matt getting out of the truck at the beginning was a masterpiece.

    • Nearly 3 points of contact at all times. ha ha

  • "I'm not going in there, I might break something" - yeah, your arm.

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  • Most powerful Volvo? *laughs in Scania*

  • Should review Volvo FH16 Globetrotter xxl with the 8x4 axle configuration

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  • I'm a truck driver seeing you going down the rails is the funniest thing I've ever seen.

  • "Sounds devilish" 😂😂😂😂

  • Martin is a cool guy, very responsive and communicative. Can tell he is a car guy at heart.

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  • This was pleasing...considering I have big rigs flying past me and cutting me off at 90mph in NY .... 56 sounds suitable nationwide......

    • we also have strict laws on how long you can drive and when you need to take a brake. it's both for safety to keep fatigue away and for actual fair competition between logistic companies as it means everyone is bound to the same rules and one company can't just outperform the other by forcing their drivers to drive extra shifts.

    • Yeah the US is crazy

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  • Almost didn't watch this. Would've been sorry! It was really good. Thanks, Mat. In a few short years, the battery tech will make this work better than the best today. Higher energy density and capacity, much quicker charging, not volatile, lighter, cheaper, 100% recyclable. Applications like these should've been focused on first! It makes perfect sense, specially because of the flat torque delivery. Some day, no more trucking chains in the far-right-hand lane in the mountains!

  • 0:06 real smooth mat, real smooth 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • as a current owner operator , i am struggling with going old school because the labor market can't keep up with technology . yes it cost me 17 thousand dollars in diagnostic work on my 2020 Kenworth and the technician told me its going to happen again. is the labor market ready for electric trucks???????

  • I really enjoyed this Matt. As I have with your other HGV reviews. I look forward to seeing more and I can tell that you enjoy getting behind the wheel of a truck.

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  • Volvo offer a 750bhp i6 16L which is what you were in but they also offer a 540bhp i6 13L (fh13) which is the highest output engine you can spec with a dual clutch gearbox, that 540 will actually beat the 750 to 50mph from a standstill. Also that might be the most powerful electric hgv in production however back in the diesel regime scania offer a 770bhp 16L v8. There’s actually the possibility to push the engines a lot further if it wasn’t for cooling. Just like CAT engines there’s respective higher output marine versions of some models, where obviously cooling isn’t an issue with the room a available on boats.

    • I drive a fh540 dual clutch and it does beat our fh750 to the limiter 👍🏼👍🏼

    • 550 Cat motors...love them,shame the EPA ended them in the States

  • Wonder why they don't do hybrid trucks? That would be the best option

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  • Best way to get out of a truck …..😂😂😂😂 0:05

  • I’ve just passed my full HGV license so this was entertaining to watch 😅

  • I don’t understand why Volvo sees 200 miles as nearly enough

    • I mean, that's from actual customer demand. Customer doesnt need more than 200-240 miles in reality, for the market its made for.

  • U.S. truck design needs to change because with our "most efficient trucks" we get maybe 7 MPG and that's with 455 HP Cummins X-15 or 500 HP Detroit Diesel 15.

  • Can’t wait for tesla semi test 😍

    • No!!! It’s not even made for European roads lol…

  • What about the Volvo Iron Knight?

  • Hi Matt, Why didn't you do the brake test with the load?

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  • I'd love to see you try out the Tesla Semi, whenever that happens to be possible

    • that is luckily not available in europe

    • it sucks donkey dick. not a real truck and does not even fulfill the functions needed by a real truck. Tesla don't even have any service locations out for it. you know how many billions it's going to cost to actually put up such a large system of support? no real company is going to want a truck from a company that has 0 experiance of trucks and only a bread crumb of experiance in cars which they are horrible with the support on.

  • Hey Matt. The air nozzle in the cab is for blowing crumbs and dust out of the cab. Cleaning in short.

    • damn I wish my Citroën had one of those

    • It’s Blow job in it 😂

    • Not for blow jobs? I'm totally disappointed 😂

    • I was gonna say this then find the actual comment😂🤷‍♂️

    • you mean 'blow job'?

  • Diesel POWER.!!!

  • I've always loved Trucks since I was a kid not gonna lie. I love Truck reviews 🤣

  • As a HGV Driver myself who has followed your CS-tv for a while just to see u drive cars I'd never thought I'd see you drive a HGV Matt 🤣 living the dream as we say lolll

  • Shold have been scania and the video may have been interesting

  • I love how matt reviews it like a normal roadcar 😂

    • @Purwanti Allan 🤣🤣

    • Matt always being epicwow. Hope he also reviewed a Lizard Ignition.

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  • Thanks for your sharing

  • These truck reviews are super interesting! Used to drive an FH16 as a part time job during my studies in uni. More content like this please!

    • How old were you at uni then ?

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  • Not technically a truck but the Carmichael Cobra 32 tonne with 700bhp increased to 800bhp, twin turbo, 6 wheel drive with full off road capability, that was one of my favorites to drive.

  • 56 miles per hour 😢

  • 08:17 this is where Mat shows he is quite new to truck reviews. Didn't expect an engine brake?? Really ?? They only had them on trucks for fifty years. An engine brake doesn't save fuel, it saves something far more irreplaceable - your life !!

  • Only 56 mph but most powerfull truck ???????

  • 1:13 - these are dirt deflectors to keep the dirt from the side windows. They have nothing to do with a fuel efficiency.

  • Really happy with this video! I love Volvo trucks! 😊

  • This is very interesting tbh, I want more of truck reviews. Amazing trucks.

    • almost every truck is the same, boringly same engines, same cab size, same accessories ... Only very minor changes you can see, for example bigger lockers, or the shape of dashboard and thats it. Probably american trucks have more variety in cab styles and exterior.

    • This truck looked so mint.

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  • Matt should come to Australia and drag race and brake test road trains hahaha

  • 12:57 as a truck driver, I can confirm that this is made exactly for what you said.

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  • Big wow!

  • You'd think they could put in a microwave!!

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  • In fact, the Scania S/R new gen comes with a 16L V8 diesel, 770HP and 3700nM torque! ;)

    • The Chinese just launched a 800 hp truck so the Scania is in second place

    • @Rampage Sorry dude I can't seem to find where I said that I6 has worse fue economy. /notS

    • @Rampage So the fact that I have worked for a company to a countries biggest mine has and had the representatives and developers from Gothenburg sit in the cab and discussion say I know nothing. (the fuckup they did is pretty crazy, volvo has to say it shorty done a boeing and death's are caused because of them) Isshift is crap. It can't gear down from high to low loaded going upphill. The first gear is to high geaed for anything else than pure 40t high way driving I-shift is god at one thing, gearing up on flat ground. For example: An opti-cruise can start in a 10% grade in C1 with 70t loaf and just gear up thrue crawler gears and then over to regular. I have done it myself. I-shift will not, it will burn the clutch

    • @Iceeeen i-shift is litteraly the best gearbox offerd in any truck... opticruise is good but it ain't no I-shift. and no opticruise did not overtake volvo in 2010. even then volvo was superior. and volvo got their newer version of the I-shift now that is even better. you have no fucking clue what you are talking about.

    • @ItzChaza the v8 design scania uses is only because of heritage. the reason I6 is used is because it's the most fuel efficient setup which is everything in the truck world. scania and the people buying them don't care about not having the best set up technically as they find the v8 to be worth it.

  • Scania > Volvo 😎

  • *Matt holding the air gun* No he wont say it, no he wont say it Yep he said it... smh

  • Seen some 850R's running more hp 😁

    • Not with 3,500 nm though 😅

    • @crazyjackfr ain't even capable of towing my fat ass 🤣🤣🤣

    • is it capable to tow 44tons..... 🤣

  • Best truck in the world fast, reliable and powerful build with care and love just like the Swedes

  • We want more videos with trucks like this insane Volvo review!

    • Do we🤔

    • @Purwanti Allan what about a drag race between all the Volvo trucks? 🤨

    • What about reviewing a Truck from Super Trucks Racing?

  • Gotta get Matt to review a American Truck like a Kenworth or something. Here in some states its legal for us to drive the same speed as cars, up to 80 mph, although most trucks are limited to 65-75 mph.

  • That guy clinging onto his seatbelt like Mat is going to crash into something😂😂😂

  • You’ve just reminded me how much I miss the FH500 I drove from my last job ❤. The current MAN TGS just doesn’t cut it 😕

  • Nice review Matt 👌,,,, respect for truck drivers,,,, hat's off 💯

  • Is very great truck iliiiik it

  • I hope Matt could do a Scania 770 vs Volvo 750. It would be interesting I think. Also I would like to see a drag race with more weight than 44 tons, but since it's the legal limit in most European countries.

  • I love the features of this truck, only thing the Freightliner I've driven have over this is more space.

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  • Would be cool the see a hybrid version of the 750 with a 650hp electric engine attached. Where the engine is always on but electric helps it accelerate