Volvo has announced that it is looking to sell a total of 1 million electric vehicles by 2025, the company will released its first all electric vehicle by 2019.
The car maker currently has two hybrid models which also fall under their electric vehicle range and they have more in the works.
Among the commitments being made by Volvo Cars are that it will impose climate neutral operations by 2025, have 35 per cent of its leading positions held by women by 2020, move further towards its vision that by 2020 no one will be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo and work with international partners to promote sustainability.
“Sustainability is nothing new or something that sits outside our operations, it is something that forms an integral part of everything we do. It is simply our way of operating,” said Mr Samuelsson. “This new sustainability commitment reflects Volvo Cars’ fundamental belief that we must also grow responsibly.”
It will be interesting to see if the car maker can sell one million electric vehicles by 2025, you can find out more details about their ambitious plans at the link below.
Source VolvoFiled Under: Auto News