Known for its reputation as a producer of vehicles that put safety first, Swedish automaker Volvo was founded in 1927. Today it's wholly owned by China's Geely group and produces sedans and crossovers such as the S60, XC60 and XC90.
The first totally electric Volvo has arrived.
The Swedish automaker is taking a multipronged approach to reducing its environmental impact.
Volvo hopes to increase its electrified vehicle sales to 20% by the end of 2020.
To encourage emissions-free driving, Volvo's giving buyers a big kickback when it comes to charging costs for its new plug-in hybrid.
An electric XC90 will arrive in 2022.
Google technologies will be built directly into the system, which may make it a go-to EV for Android fans.
Volvo and Geely propose merging their engine-development operations to create a standalone entity.
The typical electric-car changes are present, including a body-color grille.