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More EV incentives needed, says Volvo Car Australia MD
In an interview with industry journal GoAuto, Nick Connor says Volvo’s plug-in hybrid models are performing well in Australia and that the company would like to see government and state incentives to encourage further take-up of electrified vehicles.