Swedish car maker Volvo announced at the Shanghai Auto show that its very first all electric car will be manufactured in china.
Sources indicate that Volvo plans to have the vehicles ready by 2019. While Volvo already produces a plug in hybrid, these new cars will be based on an entirely new platform. Volvo’s goal is to sell 1 million electrified vehicles by 2025 according to their press release.
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[…] so it will be really exciting to see what they can come up with. In April, Volvo announced that its first all electric car will be made in China, so we can guess that these production facilities are going to get busier as time goes on. Volvo […]