Volvo Call Large-Scale Production Electric Car Actually Even Increase 70% Of Greenhouse Gases

In a public statement recently, Volvo has said that the greenhouse gas that is produced when producing an electric car is much higher than that produced by gasoline-powered cars.

Reported from Cartoq, in the report of the 'life cycle assessment' recently performed for Volvo C40 Recharge, Volvo claims that the greenhouse gas that is produced during the production of electric vehicles 70% higher than that of conventional vehicles.

This is caused by the intensity of the higher carbon in the production of batteries and steel, as well as an increase in the proportion of aluminum in vehicles plug-in hybrid.

However, during the period of usage, electric vehicles produce carbon emissions are much lower than gasoline vehicles.

Volvo estimates that in the long term, electric vehicles will prove to be a more environmentally friendly, as long as have to walk more than 30,000 miles with power obtained from the wind power plant, or 68. 00 miles from the electricity produced by other means.

Volvo is one of the luxury car maker's first move more rapidly towards electrification and leave the diesel engine altogether.

Volvo has also left the offer diesel-powered in India, with all staff now consists of only the sedan gasoline and SUVS.

Step Volvo is in line with the current global trend, where sales of battery-powered vehicles is expected to overtake the diesel in the year 2022.

Volvo claims that the sale of vehicles electricity increased gradually.

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