Sooner than expected Volvo would no longer sell diesel engine cars, the company announced it sales of electric cars from 2030 and plans to end deals and push EV sales online in order to build a stronger relationship with customers directly and stop any bartering
The choice to go completely electric is an augmentation of a previous arrangement to have 50% of its fleet be completely electric by 2025. The company wrote that it has a “firm conviction” that the market for combustion vehicles is contracting. “There is no long-term future for cars with an internal combustion engine,” said chief technology officer Henrik Green. “We are firmly committed to becoming an electric-only car maker and the transition should happen by 2030.”
Negotiation will be controlled centrally and buyers would have to order cars via a website, regardless of whether they’re at home or at a display area. You’ll have the option to see and find out about vehicles at Volvo Studios and display areas that will be repurposed to deal with conveyances and administration.
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