Volvo is planning to completely revamp its product lineup over the current decade, the largest such endeavor it has undertaken since being bought by Geely in 2010. The Swedish automaker wants to offer an electrified version of most of its current models by 2026, which is why it wants to launch at least six new EVs by then. As of now, electric versions of the XC40, XC60, XC90, S60, and S90 are planned, which could spell the end for the V60 and the V90 wagons. In addition to these vehicles, Volvo has already confirmed it is working on the EX30, a very small crossover that will be positioned below the XC40 Recharge in terms of size and cost and will target younger buyers with a short-term subscription leasing plan with a mandatory commitment of only three months. Read original article here.