Volvo's Vision for a Cleaner Future

Soon, the story of Volvo will include only chapters about electric vehicles. Among automakers, Volvo has taken a lead role in getting electric vehicles off the assembly line and out to the public. And as time goes on and technology and experience improve, the company's entire fleet will eventually be electric.

Volvo has made committed itself to a more sustainable future, and that means building innovative vehicles that bring power, fuel efficiency, and environmental friendliness. They believe that their innovative approach to electric vehicles will help get a lot more out on the road.

The future of the Volvo electric vehicle is to have at least five new fully battery electric vehicles in the lineup by 2021. The automaker hopes to quickly expand to the point where they have one million electric vehicles on the road by 2025. That's an ambitious plan, but one that's entirely achievable given Volvo's experience. The company may be able to reach their targets long before other companies can get caught up to them.

Today, Volvo already offers the T8 plug-in hybrid engine on many of its vehicles. This innovative powerplant achieves excellent fuel efficiency while producing impressive power (400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque).

At Kempthorn Volvo, we're especially excited about the impending arrival of the XC40 Recharge fully-electric compact crossover. Coming soon, this battery-only model delivers 402 horsepower, 200+ miles of range, and an 80% charging time of just 40 minutes.

If you'd like more information about current Volvo hybrids, or the upcoming XC40 Recharge, contact Kempthorn Volvo. When you want to get a closer look, you can visit us in Canton, where we'll be happy to set you up with a test drive.

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