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Volvo Automobiles will only sell electric vehicles for 2030, the Swedish firm has said.

All automobile models with internal combustion motors will be eliminated by then, including hybrids.

The manufacturer is also planning to invest largely on online sales and simplify their products.

The Carmakers are also responding to the pressure of governments around the world to reinforce their planes of electrical cars.

New cars and vans completely fed by gasoline and diesel will not be sold in the United Kingdom since 2030, for example.

Volvo Technology Director, Henrik Green, said the company needed to change approach: "There is no long-term future for automobiles with an internal combustion engine."

Bjorn Annwall, head of Europe for Volvo, said the BBC money care program the plan equipped with the Volvo image and commercial interests.

"In Volvo, our customers expect high levels of us when it comes to human security and are beginning to wait exactly the same when it comes to planetary security, our goal is to be up to that , It's the right thing. "He said.

"The completely electric premium segment will be the fastest part of the automotive market, so it is very natural to focus on that."

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    Your online pulse means that Customers can sort cars to their own online specification, but also through a dealer.

    Volvo will not be investing in automobiles with hydrogen fuel cells, since it does not believe there is enough demand from customers. There is also a question mark on the availability of hydrogen compared to charging points for electric cars, said a spokesperson.

    Volvo announced that by 2025, half of its sales would be completely electric, with the rest being hybrid. . Media Captionhould Can I buy an electric car?

    Last month, Volvo left plans to merge with the geely Chinese automobile giant. But the two companies said they would form an association in their place to make components for electric cars that would be used by both signatures.

    Global cars continue to pursue alliances to spread the cost of transition to electric cars, harder emission rules and autonomous driving, as well as grouping of experts and resources.

    In January, shareholders approved a merger between Fiat Chrysler and the PSA group of France, creating the largest fourth manufacturer in the world. The new group, Stelellantis, would be able to "bet on great innovations in electric vehicles, connected and autonomous," analysts said at that time. View comments

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