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Volvo Cars takes major step towards its electrified future with a range of new hybrid powertrains

Feb 22, 2019 ID: 248976
Volvo Cars takes major step towards its electrified future with a range of new hybrid powertrains
These mild hybrids for the first time offer customers Volvo’s advanced kinetic energy recovery braking system, which is coupled with its existing internal combustion engines to create a new integrated electrified powertrain, under its new ‘B’ badge.
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Technology, Corporate, Exterior, Electrification, Powertrain

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