A car production not only requires a whole team and a lot of systematic work, but planning is the first component in it. There are two different ways to mass-produce a vehicle: You can recruit someone or a team to do it, or you can do a ton of it yourself and redistribute the rest of the work. Pretty much every automaker is nowadays opting for the latter, including Tesla, regardless of whether it tries to do everything all alone. Now Volvo is also taking part in the same race. The company said on Monday that it would move one major part of its EV program in-house.
To be more specific, the famous automakers are planning to develop electric motors for their electric vehicles in-house at a lab in Shanghai. Volvo even claims that the reason behind this is similar to that of Tesla because of uniqueness and control.