According to CNBC, Volvo's new electric trucks could be running at a maximum combined weight of 44 tons.

Company officials revealed that the FM's range is good for up to 380 kilometers, while the FMX and FH can go for 320 and 300, respectively.

The initial manufacturing of the new trucks will take place in Gothenburg, but next year, the Ghent plant in Belgium could host some of the production, as well.

Ghent hosts the Swedish truck maker's battery plant, where it manufactures battery modules that will be used on the new electrified FM, FMX and FH.

Volvo Trucks officials stated that the company now has "six electric truck models in series production globally."

Volvo Trucks president, Roger Alm, stated that "we have actually already sold 1,000 units of these heavy-duty electrical trucks before the production start."

He added that, by 2050, "at least 50 percent of the trucks we sell globally should be electric."

The Swedish company announced back in June the fact that it started testing out hydrogen-powered trucks, which could provide as much as 1.000 kilometers of range, while refueling the vehicles can be done in 15 minutes.

Commercialization of this technology is "planned for the latter part of this decade."