How Volvo Cars is acting now to reduce lifecycle emissions of every Volvo by 40 per cent by 2025 and become a climate neutral company by 2040.
Volvo Cars plans to extend the lifecycle of vehicle materials and components as part of the company’s ambitious climate plan.
New B5 and B6 electrified variants will bring fuel-efficiency gains via a clever combination of electric motor, 48-volt battery, turbo petrol engine and brake-by-wire energy recovery.
As another car-making plant becomes powered by 100 per cent climate-neutral electricity, Volvo Cars continues to implement its ambitious sustainability strategy.
Sustainability was at the heart of this vehicle design study that was constructed in part using recyclable materials and powered by a hybrid drivetrain.
Swedish car maker is the only brand to achieve the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s highest safety award across its entire vehicle range.