Volvo launches a new EV and will ditch gas altogether by 2030 . Volvo delivered a one-two electric punch this week with the back-to-back announcements of not only a new EV in its line up, but also that the company will be ditching ICEs entirely by 2030. The Chinese-owned Swedish company announced its new EV – the C40 Recharge – that is based on the all-electric XC40 Recharge and is a small 'coupe' SUV that actually looks good. Read about the Volvo C40 Recharge and when it will arrive in New Zealand here. On the back of the C40 reveal, the company also announced two major changes – its cars will be all-electric by 2030, and it will only sell them online. READ MORE: Quick Charge 27/02: this week in EV news Road test review: Kia Niro EV Premium Five Chinese car brands we would like to see here Volvo’s first EV could change the way you interact with your car Following on from its commitment to have all of its cars 'electrified' (ie; PHEV or EV) by 2025, the company has now set itself a deadline of a further five years to ditch the ICE entirely. Read about Volvo's… Read full this story
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