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on March 2, 2021 at 8:46 am

Launched final 12 months, the Volvo XC40 Recharge P8 is the primary of presumably a number of all-electric automobiles from the automaker. (Picture/Volvo Automotive Group)

Following related bulletins from Basic Motors and Jaguar earlier this 12 months, Volvo Automotive Group simply revealed that it plans to go all-electric by 2030.

Which means all of Volvo’s vehicles that use an inside combustion engine (together with the hybrids) will probably be phased out fully by the tip of this decade, so the corporate can focus its efforts on electrical automobiles. Volvo says the choice is a part of its local weather plan to cut back the life cycle carbon footprint of every automotive it makes.

Final 12 months, Volvo pulled the wraps off the XC40 Recharge P8, an all-wheel drive electrical automobile that, Volvo says, has a couple of 250-mile vary and may cost to 80 % capability inside 40 minutes on a quick charger system.

The transfer is just not totally stunning, particularly contemplating Volvo Automotive Group is owned by the Chinese language firm Zhejiang Geely Holding. The Chinese language authorities is pushing arduous to have a lot of the automobiles bought in China to be electrical by 2035.

You’ll be able to learn extra on the announcement in the official Volvo Automotive Group press launch right here.

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Volvo Reveals Plans to Have All-Electric Vehicle Lineup by 2030