Volvo electrification plan recognized by the United Nations

Earlier this year Volvo announced plans to have all our models with an electric option by 2019. The United Nations has taken notice of the effort naming Volvo as a LEAD member in the Global Compact, the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative.

That's a long way of saying that Volvo Cars is taking a leadership role in make our planet cleaner. Volvo Cars is one of only two automakers to be a LEAD member of the Global Compact. As part of its strategy, Volvo plans to launch five fully electric vehicles between 2019-2021.

"Volvo Cars is leading the way, and we can see now that the automotive industry is waking up to its responsibilities. We are proud to be a LEAD member of the UN Global Compact and of being acknowledged for our industry-leading commitment to an electric future," said Stuart Templar, Director Sustainability at Volvo Cars.

Volvo of the Village supports the sustainability initiative. For more information about the Volvo vehicles on our lot or to arrange a test drive, contact our staff.

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