Everyone’s favourite Swedish automaker, Volvo, is pushing toward an all-electric future with its first exclusively electric vehicle, the C40.
An often-overlooked element of the house, the garage is steeped in function without considerations of how these functions have to change with evolving cityscapes, the introduction of more electric vehicles, and the need for sustainable design.
Tesla is to EVs what the Toyota Prius is to hybrid vehicles: it epitomizes the type.
Cyan Racing, the motorsports partner of the Swedish automaker, is showcasing a tasty old school Volvo, restored impeccably on the outside, as well as loaded with new gear on the inside.
From sporty hybrids to its first fully electric vehicles.
For drivers in these cities, the ability to slip in and out of traffic, manoeuvre around buses and streetcars, park in the tightest of spots, and be able to see pedestrians and cyclists are all important factors rather than sheer size.
With the aim of expanding the brand’s customer base and the hopes of reaching more millennials, Care by Volvo leverages the simplicity of known costs with an app-driven experience.
The XC40 is perhaps as much a fashion statement as it is a crossover.
The driving environment is ultra-serene. So calming, in fact, one could imagine that Volvo will reveal, years down the road, that a team of psychologists and wellness gurus was involved in the development process.