Our fully electric C40 Recharge has been awarded top marks in the 2022 Euro NCAP tests, meaning that like the rest of its siblings, it’s officially one of the safest cars on the road.
On his first day as the CEO of Volvo Cars, Jim Rowan shares his thoughts on his new role, company culture and the future of automotive industry.
We’ve reached an agreement with Geely to take full ownership of our Luqiao manufacturing plant in China – which means that in a few years, we’ll own all plants producing our cars.
It's electric, leather free and turning heads – better still, the first customer-bound C40 rolls off the line today.
We’re one of 150 organisations calling on governments to act on decarbonising international shipping by 2050 – an initiative that supports our aim to become climate neutral by 2040.
We’re moving away from leather interiors, in favour of other sustainable materials. In doing so, we’re right on par with ongoing trends in material design.
A shortage of material continues to challenge the auto industry, and we’re not an exception. Troubles aside, we have an all-time high to report – and it’s about our Recharge cars!
As we’re rapidly moving towards becoming a fully electric car company, we’re bringing both development and production of batteries closer to home.