October 16, 2019 – Volvo revealed its all-electric XC40 Recharge today — the Swedish automaker’s first all-electric vehicle — as part of a push toward a more sustainable future. It will launch five fully electric cars between 2019 and 2021, three of which will be Volvo models and two of which will be high performance electrified cars from Polestar, Volvo Cars’ performance car arm. Full details of these models will be announced at a later date. “We’re going to launch one BEV [battery electric vehicle] every year through 2025,” says Volvo Cars USA president and CEO Anders Gustafsson. There’s no doubt that Volvo’s future is heavily intertwined with the rise of electric technology, but there’s more to 2021 Volvo models than electric-only technology. Volvo Penta sets 2021 as deadline to introduce electric power 11/06/2018 Volvo Penta With the aim of becoming a driving force in sustainable power solutions, Volvo Penta is going full charge into hybrid and all-electric drivelines, offering electrified solutions in both its marine and industrial segments by 2021. Volvo’s line-up will gain five fully electric cars – including two high-performance models – by 2021 in line with its plans to use electric motors in all cars from 2019. The new all-electric line-up – part of the carmaker’s bid to have sold a total of 1m electrified cars by 2025 – will 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge. Volvo, which since 2010 has been owned by Chinese firm Geely, will launch five fully electric cars between 2019 and 2021. Three of them will be Volvo models and two will be electrified cars from .
Every new Volvo introduced will be electrified – from mild hybrids that don’t require charging to battery electric vehicles that run on electricity alone. 2021 Volvo Car Group will have five new fully battery electric vehicles in our lineup. 2025 .