Sustainability at Lynk & Co.

We know that as a car manufacturer, we’re part of the problem. We also know that bold action is needed to change that. That’s why we’re not only making the 01 more sustainable, we’re also creating a more sustainable alternative to traditional car ownership. We’ve committed to the UN Global Compact to hold ourselves accountable to our sustainability goals.
Car sharing

Is caring. 

It’s not enough to just make cars more efficient, we also want to change how people use their cars. By empowering our members to share their cars, we can consume fewer resources, reduce the need for individual cars, and use our urban space better. That’s why the 01 was designed with a built-in sharing platform and sharable digital keys.

A couple goes for street food with their blue Lynk & Co 01
The 01

A greener way to go. 

Whether you own your 01 or borrow one, you can be sure that it was designed with sustainability in mind. We only offer electrified cars, and the 01 is available as a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) or a plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV). In fact, the PHEV’s 69 km range is enough for most people to do their daily driving using only electric power​. The 01 is also the first car in the world to feature seats with ECONYL® material, a regenerated nylon made of recycled fishing nets and other waste materials. And that's just the beginning.

Family is reunited, they have arrived with their blue Lynk & Co 01

Making the world better, together. 

We’re always seeking out sustainable partners to collaborate with. We’re particularly proud to work with Swedish non-profits Mitt Liv and West Pride to support their organizations and promote inclusivity. We’ve also curated a selection of eco-friendly, sustainable, and independent brands to carry their products in our Clubs.

A group of friends goes to the pool at night in their blue Lynk & Co 01

What measures are you taking to reduce CO2 emissions from your operations? 

How do you work with equality & diversity in the Lynk & Co team?  

How do you work with anti-corruption? 

How do you work with suppliers on sustainability?