Volvo’s Electric Future

October 25th, 2021 by

Volvo Cars recently laid out its upcoming technology roadmap during the Volvo Cars Tech Moment. It was an online technology event that demonstrated how Volvo Cars will shift towards developing a completely electric premium vehicle business and a globe leader in the fast-developing premium electric sector by 2030.
During the live occasion from Gothenburg, Sweden, the business gave viewers an initial peek of the technologies that underlie Volvo Cars’ future, in which all subsequent production automobiles will be entirely electric. Ambassadors from Google, Luminar, Northvolt and NVIDIA also joined in and contributed to the occasion.

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The Pathway

The Volvo Cars Tech Moment included a selection of themes and collaborating Q&A sessions that provided stimulating new facts in zones such as the business’s pathway to complete electrification, its determination to bring software development gradually in-house, its concentration of computation, its strategies for the following levels of safety expertise and the strategy for outline of safe autonomous driving.

Commitment

As part of the event, the company also unveiled its upcoming attitude to infotainment and a concept vehicle that envisioned its technology roadmap and that showed an awareness into the potential of layout in the pure-electric age.

“As we transition to becoming a pure electric premium car company by 2030, we are committed to creating the best cars in our 94-year history,” said Håkan Samuelsson, chief executive. “This is an exciting time in our development and we will deliver on growing customer demand for pure electric cars that offer seamless connectivity, industry-leading safety standards and advanced autonomous drive.”

Dedication

Volvo Cars is dedicated to all-out electrification and has impressive ideas for its next group of completely electric vehicles. It targets vehicles that more than two-fold the real-world driving range contrasted to its existing electric vehicles, permit for considerably faster battery charging and present reduced costs for owning and charging alike. By the middle of this decade, it seeks to sell 1.2 million vehicles worldwide, with at minimum half being completely electric vehicles.