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    Volvo is offering British car buyers one year's free electricity to charge their new plug-in hybrid car**, with the launch of its innovative Take Charge campaign. The offer is available across Volvo's market-leading range of plug-in hybrid models.
    Volvo Cars will become the first car maker to implement global traceability of cobalt used in its batteries by applying blockchain technology. The announcement follows the reveal last month of the company’s first fully electric car, the XC40 Recharge.
    Volvo Cars posted strong sales in October, with volumes up 13.9 per cent compared with the same period last year.
    For the second year running, Volvo Car UK has been named Manufacturer of the Year at the annual BusinessCar Awards. The XC40 was also named Best Compact SUV. The latest award wins validate the brand's continued commitment to leading the way in safety, connectivity and electrification, developing the best models for fleet drivers.
    The Volvo S60 has been crowned best executive car in the 2019 Scottish Car of the Year Awards, taking the top spot just six months after its UK market launch. Its success, announced at a gala presentation in Edinburgh on Friday evening, sustains Volvo's impressive performance in the awards, with honours received every year since 2015.
    Full UK pricing and specification details have been confirmed for the new S60, V60 and XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered, the plug-in hybrid high-performance halo variants of Volvo's mid-size models. These cars are the latest part of Volvo's commitment to electrification, and benefit from the expertise of the Volvo Car Group's electrified performance division, Polestar.
    Future Volvo customers will need to answer one fundamental question: do you want a new Volvo with a cord or without one? Today, Volvo Cars introduces the XC40 Recharge, the company’s first ever fully electric car and the first model to appear in its brand-new Recharge car line concept.
    Volvo Cars today launches one of the most ambitious plans in the automotive industry, aiming to reduce its lifecycle carbon footprint per car by 40 per cent between 2018 and 2025. This is the first, tangible step towards Volvo Cars’ ambition of becoming a climate-neutral company by 2040.
    Nicola Langley, Volvo Car UK’s Customer Experience Development Manager, has been recognised for her work and achievements in the first Inspiring Automotive Women Awards, announced at a presentation evening at the RAC Club in London.
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