What you see before you is the Iron Knight whose main purpose is break speed records.
Experiencing Volvo’s top of the line 2017 S90 T6 Inscription was an excursion into a world of automotive opulence, Scandinavian style.
The introduction of Volvo’s latest wagon incarnation may spark a return to the station wagon movement in the United States.
One of the many challenges facing car manufacturer’s today as to launching near future autonomous drive technology, is how to filter through millions of “connected car” web transmitted operation fa
Take for example Volvo which has no plans to introduce fully autonomous cars in urban areas.
As a big fan of Scandinavian design, I was taken by the uncluttered sweeping body line of Volvo’s latest sedan and estate wagon offerings.
Not surprisingly, Volvo’s global Autonomous driving survey of 50,000 consumer’s came with an affirmation or two as to how drivers perceive a future of automated self driving cars.
According to a Volvo executive, the cheat Volkswagen was using in their diesel vehicles was an 'open secret' for seven years.
Presenting the most technically advanced, standard safety feature, drive-dynamic sedan in Volvo’s history, 2017 Volvo S90 AWD Inscription’s body line not only captures the imagination, but hints to
Some automakers believe the future is with electric vehicles, while others see hybrids as a bridge from diesels. Volvo is the latter one.