Volvo in the News – April 2017
Article: Fortune.com – Image: Fortune.com
“Volvo Cars will start producing cars at its first U.S. factory by the end of 2018, fulfilling a goal by the Swedish automaker to close a gap in its manufacturing footprint.” READ MORE!
Volvo Cars CEO urges governments and car industry to share safety-related traffic data
Article: Media.VolvoCars.com – Image: Media.VolvoCars.com
“Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, believes governments and car makers should join hands in sharing traffic data in order to improve global traffic safety, Håkan Samuelsson, president and chief executive, told a conference at the European Commission in Brussels on Monday.” READ MORE!
Volvo gets emotional over wagons
Article: AutomotiveNews.com – Image: AutomotiveNews.com
“The V90 Cross Country hit U.S. dealerships in March and is a raised version of the V90, which is available only online or through Volvo’s overseas delivery program that includes a trip to Sweden. Despite its ride height — it offers 8.3 inches of ground clearance, about an inch shy of the XC90 — and off-road capability, the V90 Cross Country won’t convert SUV lovers, but is instead intended to be a niche vehicle with a Swedish personality.” READ MORE!
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