On October 12, according to foreign media reports, Volvo may be one step ahead of other brands to cancel internal combustion engines for all its models before the government bans the sale of fuel vehicles in 2025. Not long ago, H å Kan Samuelsson, Volvo’s chief executive, pointed out that Volvo’s electric strategy might change earlier than expected. < / P > < p > he said the next-generation Volvo XC90 could be the company’s last model to offer an internal combustion engine option. At present, Volvo’s goal is that half of the cars produced by 2025 will be pure electric vehicles. < / P > < p > during this year’s Beijing auto show, Volvo Asia Pacific released its first mass production pure electric SUV, xc40 recharge. This also indicates that Volvo will start to vigorously discover pure electric vehicles from 2020, ushering in a new era. < / P > < p > it is reported that with the release of xc40 recharge, Volvo has planned to deploy a number of new electric vehicles in the upstream and downstream of the model. Some of the medium and high-end models will use the existing xc40 and polestar 2 platforms for research and development, while others will be smaller and more entry-level models will be based on some domestic Geely Automobile platforms. With the development of Volvo cars in the world, it is very likely that the governments will even start to focus on the fuel sales in the future even before the development of Volvo cars in 2025. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today