Volvo is abandoning diesel in 2024. By 2030, the brand will only sell electric cars. It is a strategic decision for Volvo to become a climate neutral company.
In 2019, diesel-powered vehicles still accounted for the majority of Volvo’s sales in Europe. But last year, only 8.9% of the brand’s sales came from diesel.
The electric motor has already overtaken diesel in Europe, with a market share of 15.1%.
Volvo has only two 100% electric models today, but the automaker will be moving up a gear with the EX30 and EX90 set to hit the road in a few months.
The boss of the brand prefers to focus on producing “a wide portfolio of fully electric high-end cars that meet all our customers expect from a Volvo“.
Volvo is abandoning diesel to become a 100% electric company.
In simple : Volvo abandons diesel in 2024 By 2030, the brand will only sell electric cars This is a strategic decision for Volvo The electric motor has already overtaken diesel in Europe Volvo will take the EX30 and EX90 to the next level