Volvo ditches leather in vegan drive

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Henrik Fisker on stock, electric cars Volvo announced Thursday that all its new fully-electric vehicles rolling off the assembly lines will be completely leather-free, saying that in doing so the company is taking both a stand against animal cruelty and a step toward fighting climate change. The Swedish automaker owned by China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group has committed to making its entire fleet of vehicles completely vegan-friendly by the end of the decade, when it plans to sell only fully electric cars. Volvo says its fully electric cars will now be leather-free, starting with the company's new C40 Recharge (Photo by CLAUDIO BRESCIANI/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images) (Photo by CLAUDIO BRESCIANI/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images / Getty Images)CANADA GOOSE TO GO FUR-FREE IN 2022 "We've got a new generation of customers coming through, they're far more interested in the products they buy and having an ethical story behind them," Volvo head of design Robin Pag
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