Landmark move as first big manufacturer says it will stop making vehicles solely powered by internal combustion engine

All cars sold by Volvo from 2019 onwards will be battery-powered, in what the company called an “historic end” to building models that only have an internal combustion engine.

Between 2019 and 2021, the firm will launch five 100% electric cars, and ensure the rest of its conventional petrol and diesel range offers a hybrid engine of some form.

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