Volvo is preparing to launch its second electric car. The Swedish brand announced that its second pure electric car will enter production by 2021.

Volvo recently announced that it is working on its second electric car and said we will learn the details about the vehicle in March. The Swedish brand has now announced that its second pure electric car will enter production in 2021.

The company released a press release that it will triple its electric vehicle production capacity at its factory in Ghent, Belgium. Thanks to this announcement, we learned that the second model to come after the XC40 Recharge will enter production this year.

Based on the CMA platform
“Our future is in electric cars, and our customers are very fond of our Recharge cars. We continue to electrify our model range and increase our electric vehicle production capacity. From this perspective, Ghent is a true pioneer of our global production network.” ”Used expressions.

Volvo’s second electric car will share the same CMA (Compact Modular Architecture) platform with the XC40 Recharge and Polestar 2. Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson said in an interview recently that the vehicle will have a “more modern” look than the XC40.

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