Volvo Car Group is using Qualcomm Technologies’ Snapdragon* Cockpit Platforms to take the car maker’s Google Android Automotive-based infotainment system in upcoming fully electric cars under the Volvo and Polestar brands to the next level.
Volvo Cars has been recognized for its sustainability strategy by global environmental non-profit CDP, securing an A-score for its actions aimed at cutting emissions, mitigating climate risks and becoming a climate-neutral company.
Volvo Car Canada Ltd. is pleased to report its sales results for the month of November: a total of 922 vehicles were retailed throughout the month, for a decrease of 8.2 percent when compared to November of 2020.
The Volvo C40 Recharge, the first Volvo designed to be fully electric, will start with an MSRP of $72,600 in Canada. This newest addition to the Volvo electric line-up has all the benefits of an SUV but with a lower and sleeker design. Not only is it the first Volvo model in the company’s history designed as a pure electric, the Volvo C40 is also the first to feature a leather-free interior.
Volvo Cars has invested in the optical and imaging technology start-up Spectralics through the Volvo Cars Tech Fund, the company’s venture capital investment arm. The investment gives Volvo Cars access to promising technology at an early stage of development that could contribute to making cars safer and revolutionise in-car user experience.