SC Volvo Plant To Be At The Forefront Of Automotive Electrification Trend

The Post and Courier
March 9, 2021

The transition to an all-electric model lineup by 2030 has the Volvo Cars campus near Ridgeville looking to more than double its production capacity as it and other South Carolina automakers are embracing a gasoline-free future.

Volvo’s $1.1 billion South Carolina plant has built S60 sedans since late 2018, and will add the automaker’s most popular model — the XC90 luxury SUV — to its assembly line in 2023. Work has already started to bring global production of the full-size SUV to the plant, which is building an on-site electric battery factory to power its cars.

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