I thought that was a SweChinglishism"Us as car manufacturers"?! Can they not even use English? "We as car manufacturers"... As it stands the advert would be right for Daily Mail readers but Guardian readers might expect the English to be correct so it could do more harm than good!
On the other hand the chances are that 99% of the population won't even notice, and 99.999% won't care. Ho hum...
Good advert apart from that .
Wot?! No EV chargers at Volvo dealerships? What are they smoking? Hydrocarbon fumes?Annoys me when i read something like that as we all know charging infrastructure needs massive improvement but companies like Polestar and many other EV car manufacturers happy to sell cars but appear to have no interest in improving the charging structure for the cars they sell. Regardless of what people think of Ionity at least they are making an effort to improve things and any reason why volvo group can't invest some money in a couple of chargers at each of their dealerships if they do not want to be part of Ionity! Certainly the one area where the T have got it right.
Not sure if Instravolt are getting any government (taxpayers) funding but if they are should be passing a share of business over to exchequer in return for funding as sure last time i looked turnover 2 years ago was around 7k and highest paid director 400k+ and hope not my taxes paying for it with no future payback and sure figures would be similar for other EV charging start ups.
Sorry Rant over and apologies to Instravolt if getting no funding as was just an example!!