Volvo continues to show its interest in cutting edge electric car research via a project which wirelessly charges battery operated cars.
The “Pure Tension” pavilion electric vehicle charging station is meant to capture the spirit of Volvo’s new V60 Diesel Plug-In Hybrid (and create buzz).
Volvo is involved in a research project which could someday replace clunky lithium batteries found in electric cars with energy storage built into a car’s body panels.
Volvo looks to give its future vehicles a more sexy look, unveiling the P1800 Concept Coupe hybrid as a design study of what’s yet to come.
Volvo talks about a major research project it is involved in which embeds power lines in roads to provide a constant source of energy to electric vehicles.
A planned electric bus service in Sweden being backed by Volvo and others will envision new models for low carbon mass transit solutions.
The Swedish car maker thinks the secret to long-range EVs is to ditch the battery altogether.
Swedish automaker Volvo and electronics giant Siemens have teamed up to develop an EV charging system that will fully recharge a C30′s battery in 1.5 hours.
Volvo debuted its V60 plug-in hybrid electric vehicle at the 2013 New York Auto show. Sold overseas, the V60 gets an amazing 130 mpg. Will it come Stateside?
Thousands of cyclists are killed or injured in vehicle-related collisions each year. That’s a statistic Volvo’s newest feature can help reduce.