RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The expectation for the 2020 to 2021 turn of the year was for recovery and innovation. If the plans of many companies have been deferred with the surge of the pandemic in this first quarter, Volvo intends to stick to its planning for this year which marks the start of a new decade.
Not only due to Volvo's decision to go 100% electric by 2030 - even hybrids will be discontinued. But also because of the Swedish manufacturer's initiative to change the way it sells cars. All models will be sold entirely online, thereby providing . . .