It already has some electric models coming down the production line.
But now Volvo says all its cars will be fully electric by 2030.
Even hybrids will be a thing of the past.
The Swedish brand says it's convinced no one will want a petrol engine by the end of the decade.
Volvo aims to get half way to its goal by 2025.
To get there it will launch a new family of electric cars over the next few years.
All will be sold online only, and feature wireless upgrades and fixes - an approach pioneered by Tesla.
The move comes as carmakers face emissions targets in Europe and China, and fossil fuel bans in some countries.
Last month Ford said its lineup in Europe would be fully electric by 2030.
Other brands including Jaguar and Bentley have made similar pledges.
Now going electric is an expensive process for carmakers, which have to totally rethink design and production.
It also spells upheaval, and maybe job losses, for suppliers, as EVs require far fewer parts than conventional vehicles.
But Volvo says the move will ultimately allow it to 'radically reduce' the complexity of its model lineup.