Volvo is lastly prepared to present its very first series-produced electric car after investing years testing and developing the technology. The EV will be based on the existing XC40, so it will not be a stand-alone model. It's arranged to make its launching in October 2019, and the company released initial specs to give us an idea of what to get out of it. We know it will be the company's first car equipped with an Android-powered infotainment system developed collectively with Google.
The China-based Geely-owned Volvo will work on introducing its future vehicles with Level 4 autonomous driving technology, and the very first one to get it is the 2021 Volvo XC90 SUV. Volvo will present the XC90 with four autonomous driving technologies by 2021 and will be developed at the company's new assembly plant near Charleston, South Carolina. The company just recently unveiled the all-new Volvo S60 at its new plant in the United States, which will also produce future Volvo items for the company as the Donald Trump administration increased the tariffs on imported products.
The 2020 Volvo XC50 will come as something totally new from the Swedish maker. According to the most recent reports, the company is lastly ready to use its own coupe-crossover model, which is a fairly new however preferred section of high-end cars.