Volvo have commited to go all-electric by 2030: The latest carmarker to commit to an all-electric line-up by 2030 is Volvo.

The manufacturer of Volvo intends to phase out any car in it global portfolio with an internal combustion engin including hybrids and intends to sell only fully electric vehicles.

The rapid expansion of EV charging infrastructure and changing consumer behaviours, they have decided to shift from global legislation to greener transportation modes.

Fully electric models will be avaliable online only Volvo said.

“To remain successful, we need profitable growth. So instead of investing in a shrinking business, we choose to invest in the future, electric and online.” said Håkan Samuelsson, Chief Executive of Volvo Cars.

“We are fully focused on becoming a leader in the fast-growing premium electric segment.”

By 2030 the UK has fully committed to banning sales of new petrol and diesel cars.

Following Jaguar’s announcement to become an all-electric brand from 2025 only a few days ago ford unveiled plans to electrify its entire European passenger vehicle range by 2030.

Volvo have commited to go all-electric by 2030

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