Volvo is sexing up its European-market plug-in hybrid wagon with an R-Design package.
Volvo is a swedish car maker who makes a wide variety of vehicles. Vovlo’s are known for being incredibly safe, and long-lasting. One owner has an orignal P1800 that has 2.8 million miles clocked, which is a world record for most mileage by a single owner on a non-commercial vehicle.
Volvo is aiming for performance while going green in China.
Always known for its safety, Volvo is broadening its horizons by trying to make parents’ lives easier.
Volvo is rolling out a new specialized package to offer customers more luxury in two of their models.
Now that Volvo is owned by Geely, the Swedish automaker has some big plans for its near future.
We are on the cusp of a minor revolution at Volvo. A set of new Drive-E powertrains, updated models and all-new offerings are almost here. Despite the new technology, increased efficiency and updated styling, one key pillar of Volvo will remain: safety. SEE ALSO: 2013 Volvo S60 T6 R-Design Review – Video And we don’t…
Volvo is embracing the idea of scalable architectures, and is already developing the second such platform for the brand.
Volvo is developing another use or connected car technology meant to improve driving safety.
Volvo is looking in-car safety technology directly in the eye… Literally.
Arguably autonomous cars are the next major hurdle facing both automakers and supplier companies. It seems like the entire industry is working on self-driving vehicles, including Volvo.
Can wagons be sexy? Volvo certainly thinks so, debuting its Concept Estate at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
After two agonizingly long media days, hundreds of kilometers traversed on foot, thousands of photographs snapped and endless crowds, the AutoGuide crew has survived yet another international motoring event, all while sustained completely on a diet of bread and cheese.
This beautiful vehicle is the Volvo Concept Estate and it just made its global debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It may simply be a design study but what exactly is it? Is it a station wagon, a hatchback or a shooting brake? Volvo calls it a three-door sports wagon but we call it…
Hot on the heels of the Apple CarPlay announcement is this video from Volvo, which officially announces the Swedish automakers integration with the system and shows off what the infotainment interface looks like in action.
The third in Volvo’s trio of concept previews was officially revealed today ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut next week.
Photos of the Volvo Concept Estate have leaked ahead of the vehicle’s official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The third in Volvo’s line of concept cars previewing its future products will debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but the company is showing a little skin sheet metal ahead of that event.
During the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Volvo will showcase a new technology it calls “Roam Delivery.”
Volvo is relaunching a line of special edition vehicles to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Volvo Ocean Race.
Volvo has revealed the new S60 V8 race car that will compete in Australia’s V8 Supercar league.
Volvo has confirmed that its third concept car previewing the brand’s future will make its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Volvo isn’t typically known for building sports cars, but that image is changing quickly with the aid of Polestar Performance,.
We hope you brought an appetite because luxury utility vehicles are on the menu this week, and the portion sizes are hard to believe. Hungry for more? Hit the jump and dig in.
Volvo is not usually known for building lust-worthy performance machines. Generally their products are safe, solid and secure, important attributes to be certain but they’re hardly the stuff dreams are made of. However, the addition of performance-tuned V60 and S60 Polestar models is spicing things up for the Staid Swede.