NEW YORK – Volvo Cars will begin assembly of its 2-door C30 DRIVe electric vehicle at its Torslanda, Sweden, plant in time for introduction by late summer. The auto maker initially will build 250 units, with 150 earmarked for Europe and 100 for distribution in the U.S. says Lennart Stegland, president of Volvo Cars Special Vehicles. He also reveals Volvo plans to introduce a plug-in hybrid by 2020, but says there are no plans to put a lot of money into mild hybrids because the auto ...
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