“Volvo Cars” no longer sells internal combustion engine cars in Denmark

Before that, Volvo switched to cars with rechargeable engines only in the Norwegian market.

On Tuesday, the “Volvo” website in Denmark no longer shows cars with internal combustion engines.

The company previously announced plans to make a full shift to electric cars by 2030, as well as ditching hybrid cars.

Compared to other European countries, electric cars and hybrid cars are in high demand in Denmark. The charging infrastructure is also well developed and continues to be expanded. Tax breaks are also offered to people who buy a car with an electric motor.

Volvo Cars was separated from commercial transport manufacturer Volvo AB for decades and became a subsidiary of the Chinese company in 2010. Since October 2021, “Volvo Cars” shares have been listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

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