Volvo gets 6 new EVs ready for debut in 3 years
Like many other manufacturers, Volvo plans to become an all-electric carmaker by 2030. According to Reuters, the company plans to introduce six new battery vehicles to us within the next three years.
In short, all staple models constituting the current Volvo lineup are on the list. There is also a new electric van planned for China, but that one will reportedly be built on the Zeekr 009 basis (see video). Apparently, Volvo lacks the experience necessary to design a family MPV from scratch and would like to play it safe the first time around.
As of right now, the EX90 SUV is the company’s latest-and-greatest fully electric vehicle. You can find it in the gallery below.
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