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.
Marked as the successor to the long-running V70 wagon, the V90 will take the place of Volvo's flagship wagon.
That day will see Volvo introduce the successor the V70, the 2017 V90. The wagon will be the sister model to the recently launched S90 sedan and use Volvo's Scalable Product Architecture (SPA).
Last year, Volvo bought the tuning arm of Polestar. The company was known for racing Volvos and developing performance parts.
Meanwhile as they languish in their own foolishness and lack of foresight Volvo is off and running and appears to be determined to catch up.
This spring the all-new 2016 Volvo XC90 will bring many firsts to the Volvo brand here in the US.
There is no loser in this matchup. Both of these premium 5-passenger crossovers have style in spades. The Volvo XC 60 T6 brings safety, power, and Scandinavian design to the comparison.
By the end of next year, four enticing plug-in SUVs will have hit the U.S. market.
No vehicle is more important to Volvo’s future than its 2015 XC90 sport utility crossover. The XC90 will be all new for Volvo in the coming year.
Volvo and some partners have completed a successful study of a way to wirelessly charge electric cars.
In early April of this year Derek Crabb, Vice President Powertrain Engineering at Volvo Car Group said of V8 engines "We will create smaller, more intelligent engines with so much power that they w
At that time, power and performance were all that really mattered to auto buyers, but somehow the visionaries at Volvo foresaw the dawn of a new day in the distant future.
Volvo has decided to drop both four and six cylinder engines going forward and has embarked on a single engine platform called Volvo Engine Architecture (VEA) to meet the needs of all its vehicles.
Volvo has been testing a mechanical hybrid system it claims will reduce fuel consumption by up to 25% for a given performance point.