Volvo plans to sell cars online only
8 April 21
Volvo is changing the way they sell cars. The Swedish car giant stated that their future electric cars will be available to buy online only.
In fact, as the electric market is one of the fastest-growing segments in the global car industry, Volvo plans to become a fully electric car company by 2030. They will be launching a completely new family of electric cars in the coming years, and they will all be available online only.
But switching to online sales is not the only thing Volvo is changing in its commercial strategy. Along with this, the company also plans to reduce complexity in its product offers as well as provide transparent and set pricing models. This is all being done with convenience for customers in mind.
“The future of Volvo Cars is defined by three pillars: electric, online and growth,” says Lex Kerssemakers, head of global commercial operations. “We want to offer our customers peace of mind and a care-free way of having a Volvo, by taking away complexity while getting and driving the car. Simplification and convenience are key to everything we do.”
Volvo will also provide each of its online electric car customers with a car package, including items such as service, warranty, roadside assistance, as well as insurance where available and home charging options. As you can see, they’ve thought this all through and the future is looking pretty promising!
Volvo has mentioned that they aim to become a leader in the electric vehicle sector, and we could definitely see they are ambitiously aiming for that goal! Buying cars online… Who would have ever thought?!