In this edition of the Vehicle podcast, the podcast team sits down with Volvo Cars Australia president Andrew Walker and chief marketing officer Mark Beddington to learn more about the car company’s new V70 sedan, the company’s upcoming range of V80 and V90 models, and the future of Volvo.

The podcast begins with a quick primer on the V70 and the V80.

The first car in the range is an electric hybrid.

“The car is basically a plug-in hybrid with the petrol engine.

You can drive it on the freeway, it’s not limited to the freeway,” Walker says.

“We’re making a really good car.

We’re doing it on a production line here in Australia, it takes about four months for the car to be delivered to customers.

Then we have an EV which is an all-electric version of the car.

This car is actually going to be sold in Australia and the US in 2020.

We’re very excited to be bringing the V60 and V60s to market.

I think that’s what people are most excited about with the V90.

There’s a lot of excitement about the EV, there’s a big focus on electrification and electrified mobility.

A lot of our customers are looking for a vehicle that will offer them an EV that’s not a petrol-powered car, but is also really good in terms of range and acceleration, and also can be had as a plug in hybrid.”

The Volvo V60 sedan has been sold in the US and the UK.

But there’s plenty of competition for customers looking for an EV.

Volvo Cars Australia is building a range of all-electrified cars, starting with the first production model of the new V80, which is scheduled to debut in the spring.

This new car will be the second of three models Volvo Cars is building in Australia.

Walker says the V50 sedan was one of the first models in the new range and will be available in the coming years.

For more on the future, we’re going to look at the V71.

One of the most exciting new cars coming out this year is the electric version of Volvo’s current range of models.

It’s called the V72, which will be launched in 2019.

In the meantime, there are still plenty of interesting cars on the way.

Here’s a list of our favourite cars in 2018.

What you need to know about electric vehicles Volkswagen has announced it’s building a 100 per cent electric SUV, the Volkswagen Tiguan, which it will launch in 2021.

Its diesel-powered version, the Tiguan DTM, will follow.

Meanwhile, Renault is also working on a 100-plus per cent electrified car, the ZOE, and it will go on sale in 2021 as a production car.

As part of the deal with VW, the automaker will be making a 100 percent electric car, which looks like this: The ZOE is based on the current ZE range of luxury cars, including the Luxury Range, which has an electric motor.

At the moment, the first 100 ZOEs are due for production in 2020, but the company is planning to roll out the next generation in 2021, the DTM.

While the Zoe will be based on current model Tiguan range, Renault plans to build the next version of its range, the GX, which includes a 100,000-kilometre range and a fully electric motor, which would be based around the current model DTM range.

And it’s all set to get even better.

Renault is expected to unveil a 100% electrified version of both the ZE and GX by the end of 2021.

The other exciting car to watch in the EV space is Tesla, which announced last year that it had a fully-electric production car and is planning a production run of 400,000 units in 2021 and beyond.

Tesla’s electric Model S is already a global sensation and has seen record sales and a surge in popularity.

However, its production ramp up to 500,000 vehicles is going to take time.

Other brands are also ramping up production.

Last year, Toyota said it was building 400,00 Model 3 vehicles for the first time.

It’s not yet clear how many will be sold, but Toyota expects to produce 200,000 each year.

Next, we look at a brand new brand of electric cars: Tesla’s Supercharger network.

Over the past few years, Tesla has ramped up production of its Superchargers in California and Nevada, where it has a network of 500 Supercharging stations.

These stations are a direct replacement for the existing, more expensive infrastructure that often sits unused. On top of