Volvo electric cars, baby Jeep, SCG 008: Today's Car News

By 2030, Volvo will have a fully electric lineup and an online sales model just like Tesla. However, we won’t have to wait until then for new electric vehicles from the Swedish brand as it will already have seven available by the middle of the decade.

Jeep will use a platform from new parent Stellantis to develop a crossover even smaller than the subcompact Renegade. According to a report, the new baby Jeep will arrive in 2022 and spawn similar models for Alfa Romeo and Fiat.

America’s Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has provided an update on its 008. The 008 is a kit car that’s best described as a jacked up, off-road-ready version of SCG’s 004 supercar.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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