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Volvo will stop making new all-combustion cars next year


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So this is pretty interesting and seems that after Tesla grew, the electric car movement is starting to take greater shape. 

 

A few interesting articles on Volvo's announcement this week.

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Yes, Volvo is really good engine. Volvo company is Sweden's largest industrial enterprises with a history of 120 years, and it is one of the world's oldest engine manufacturers.So far its engine production has reached more than 1 million sets, and they have been widely applied in power section of automobile, engineering machinery and ships. They are even the ideal for

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. VOLVO company, at the same time, is the only manufacturer in the world to focus on inline four-cylinder and six-cylinder diesel engines, and it is in a leading position on this technology.

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