The Chinese-owned and Sweden-based car manufacturer Volvo announced on Wednesday that it will completely phase off combustion engine cars by 2019, switching completely to electric and hybrid motors.
The company’s decision was pronounced a "historic" commitment to carbon-free mobility, Chief Executive Håkan Samuelsson told Swedish Radio.
Volvo aims to sell a million electric cars by 2025, that is, almost double its current production. That is a huge leap for Volvo, considering that the Sweden-b...

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