Volvo Cars is investing heavily in in-house design and development of electric motors for Volvo's next generation models to become a fully electric car manufacturer.
This is the most extreme crash test and one of the most important that Volvo Cars has ever performed. Evacuation professionals often use cars wrecked at Volvo Cars' Safety Center to hone their life-saving skills.
Volvo Cars will assemble electric motors at its powertrain plant in Skövde, Sweden, and is slated to have full electric motor production in-house by the middle of this decade. In the coming years, the company will allocate 700 million Swedish kronor (68 million euros) for this purpose.
The capital company PREMIUM AUTO has replenished its impeccable portfolio with a new brand and has become an official dealer of VOLVO CARS in Uzbekistan