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Volvo brings forward its all-electric deadline
Swedish carmaker Volvo has revved up its plans to go all-electric, meaning it will sell only EVs after 2030. The company had previously said it wanted half of its sales to be electric by 2025, reports The Guardian, but said on Tuesday it was accelerating its plans, which put it in line with Brit…
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