From 2019, Volvo will only be selling vehicles which are partially or completely battery-powered.
Climate change deniers may not believe there is a market for electric vehicles, but Volvo — in addition to a number of other automobile makers — does. In fact, from 2019, Volvo will only be selling vehicles which are partially or completely battery-powered.
Between 2019 and 2021, the firm will launch five 100% electric models in its plight to phase out internal combustion engines. The rest of its conventional petrol and diesel range vehicles will have a hybrid engine of some sort. If the news seems bold, that’s because it is! Volvo is the first major manufacturer to make such an audacious move, as The Guardian points out...