PV36 once owned by one of the company’s founders will be shown in Germany.
“… while a speed limitation is not a cure-all, it’s worth doing if we can even save one life.” – Hakan Samuelsson, Volvo Cars CEO.
F1 tech in a big, seven-seat Swedish SUV? You'd better believe it.
Lennart Stegland retires after 40 years of service with Volvo Car Corp and guiding Volvo Car Malaysia to new heights.
Replacement for the V40, the final piece of Volvo’s revitalised range, will be a BMW X2-a-like.
The ride isn’t completely without fault... but for something with such an explicit remit of premium family carriage, you’re not going to need much more talent.
Sales exceed 600,000 for the first time in company history.
The V40 is no more. Volvo’s cheapest and smallest car is now a proper luxury SUV.
Because building a family car isn't as easy as assembling flatpack.
Volvo Kuching is now in operation with the opening of a 3S centre by Fotroende Automobile.