Volvo has announced that it’ll be ditching all leather in its cars by 2030 in a bid to reduce the need on cattle farming, as this has a negative impact on the environment. Volvo has already started offering a model without any options at all for leather upholstery with the new C40 Recharge an all electric small SUV.

This leather free choice is going to be the default for all of its electric cars from 2030 onwards, the company will instead be using cork that has been reclaimed from the wine industry and a wool blend material for its seats.