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After a huge glacier took off, before a car was launched from a height of 30 meters (to test the safety of passengers), the presenter looks at the camera in fright. This is Volvo’s advertisement about the priority of the automaker’s agenda: the ESG (acronym in English for the concern of companies in the environmental, social and governance areas). Thus the new plans of the automaker for the next ten years were presented: by 2030 all Volvo cars will be electric. In an exclusive interview with Casual, Luis Rezende, Volvo’s Head in Latin America, tells about the plans and news of the Swedish brand.

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With the announcement by Volvo on Tuesday (2) that by 2030 the entire fleet of the brand will be electric, the latest sales of the brand’s combustion cars are scheduled for this month. From then on, only the Plug-in Hybrid and fully electric versions will be sold.

For this year, two 100% electric launches are expected, the XC40 Recharge, which arrives in the country in mid-July, and the C40, launched this week and which arrives in Brazil in January 2022 (for the time being the model is only available in Milan, Tokyo and New York). Both cars still have no figures released for Brazil.

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