Volvo has shown a number of ecological concepts and prototypes in the recent past, with everything from biofuels to battery powered electrics and fuel cell range-extenders, and even flywheel technology coming under the spotlight. The last we heard Volvo was about to start leases of its C30 Electric in Europe, but now the Swedish automaker is announcing a new partnership with electronics giant Siemens to help further advance the development of electric cars. The focus of the partnership will be the joint development of electrical drive technology, power electronics and charging technology, as...
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