Volvo may not have had anything exciting to unveil at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, but the Swedish automaker has plenty in the works as it plans on increasing worldwide sales to 800,000 vehicles by 2020.
According to Doug Speck, global head of marketing and sales for Volvo, the automaker plans on giving its S60 and S80 sedan models refreshes for next year. That will be followed up by a redesign of its XC90 crossover model, that we’ve already seen sketches of. The XC90 is due in the second half of 2014 and will be the first vehicle to use Volvo’s SPA – scalable platform architecture.
As for a major redesign on the S60 and S80 models, Speck hinted that they’ll come “over time”, but it shouldn’t be expected for a couple of years after its refresh in 2013.
[Source: Automotive News]