Volvo is ramping up its electrification efforts this year, adding 48V technology while upgrading its plug-in hybrid powertrains and making a plug-in option available on every model in its lineup. The wide-ranging electrification push meets the objective of the Chinese-owned Swedish automaker to introduce mild-hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery-electric versions of every model in its lineup beginning this year. The premium automaker projects fully electric cars will make up 50% of its sales ...

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