Volvo is sexing up its European-market plug-in hybrid wagon with an R-Design package. Continue Reading...
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The first images of Koenigsegg’s One:1 hypercar have leaked and won’t disappoint you. Continue Reading...
The automotive equivalent of yoga pants, wrap a car in carbon fiber and it’s instantly much, much sexier. This is certainly the case here. Continue Reading...
In its continued effort to eradicate accidents, Volvo has debuted a new technology that will recognize cyclists on the road and autonomously apply the brakes if a collision is deemed imminent. Continue Reading...
Covered in the same places as the S60 spied earlier today, photos of the Volvo XC60 crossover suggest similar styling updates. Continue Reading...
Those still debating whether or not to get their hands on the Volvo C30 Polestar Edition should probably stop hesitating. The Swedish automaker is pulling the plug on that special edition and the rest of the C30 lineup at the end of the year. Continue Reading...
News broke back in early June that Saab would be sold to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), but it appears that the official and final takeover will be delayed at least a month, if not more. Continue Reading...
Left languishing in the wake of Saab’s failure, Swedish luxury supercar maker Spyker desperately needs investors to stay afloat but it may be too much to ask for the company to overcome its current catch-22. Continue Reading...
Volvo, the company known for innovating safety, is testing three new features for its life-preserving repertoire: autonomous driving, animal detection and intersection support. Continue Reading...
A stockpile of about 900 Saabs is finally set to be sold off after having sat in three U.S. ports since December 2011 as collateral in the company’s financial snafu. Continue Reading...
The story behind Saab’s death as a company, prolonged struggle to sell and recent rebirth as a company that will make EVs probably has present owners in the U.K. breathing a sigh of relief. Continue Reading...
The future of Saab will have less to do with airplanes and more to do with household appliances, with the news today that a Chinese-Japanese investment group has purchased the bankrupt Swedish automaker. Continue Reading...
With the recent debut of its V40 model and word that it’s likely to make its way to America, the next new product to join the Volvo lineup will be the XC40. Continue Reading...
April 14, 1927 marked the first mass-produced Volvo ÖV4 model to roll off the Volvo Lundby factory of Göteborg, Sweden. Now, 2012 marks the 85th anniversary of Volvo cars. To celebrate the occasion, Volvo president and CEO Stefan Jacoby will join Volvo Group president and CEO Olof Persson to drive a restored ÖV4 past the… Continue Reading...
Standing toe-to-toe with Bugatti Veyron, the Koenigsegg is harder to pronounce, lesser known, and more exclusive, arguably making this small Swedish carmaker the definitive supercar marque, full stop. Continuing to raise the bar, the latest 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R now boasts an output of 1,140-hp. Since last September, Koenigsegg claimed a number of new production… Continue Reading...
Since Saab‘s bankruptcy, multiple automakers and outfits have expressed interest in purchasing the Swedish marque albeit no deals were sealed. As for Saab Cars North America (SCNA), the distribution company continues its fight against an involuntary bankruptcy filing in Delaware by its dealers and is working to move the case to Michigan. In the meantime,… Continue Reading...
Despite the demise of the Saab automaker, racing team Tidö and Flash Engineering are hard at work developing and performing shakedown tests on their new Saab 9-3 TTA race car that will compete in the Swedish Racing Elite League. Recently, the Saab 9-3 TTA was seen conducting first round testing in France with Swiss driver Fabian… Continue Reading...
Batteries and cold climates often don’t mix well. Anyone who has tried to operate an electric device, like a camera that has been sitting in the cold, will soon find that the batteries have lost their charge. This sort of issue isn’t catastrophic with a small device, just a little inconvenient. The same can’t be… Continue Reading...
Despite the tragic demise of the Saab brand, former Saab CEO Victor Muller isn’t going to quit just yet. Found wandering around the 2012 Geneva Motor Show during its first press day, Victor Muller announced, “I’m a reborn man!” Victor Muller elaborated upon the proclamation and revealed details to keep Spyker Cars, the Dutch hand-made… Continue Reading...
Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg makes really cool cars, there isn’t any arguing about it. The company uses so much carbon fiber in its cars that even the wheels, which are hollow, are made of the stuff on the higher-end Agera R model. Both the Agera and Agera R got a refresh and debuted Tuesday at… Continue Reading...
The Volvo V40 small hatchback debuted at the Geneva Auto Show yesterday, but as we reported last week, it won’t be heading to the U.S. market. The stylish five-door featured a range of six engines, three gasoline and three diesel. The range-topping T5 gas engine actually gets as much torque as the most powerful diesel option… Continue Reading...
The new Volvo V40 might be one of the most attractive hatchbacks that you can’t have. Sorry, but that’s just how it goes. Europeans get the freedom of choice to take a fifth door in elegance, Americans don’t. We have been covering the new Volvo V40’s slow release ahead of the Geneva Motor Show for over two months… Continue Reading...
Swedish automaker Saab is attracting more interest dead than alive. The officially bankrupt automaker is in the process of liquidating its assets and former rivals are lining up to buy a piece of the much-talked-about but little-bought maker of quirky cars. Recent reports indicated that German automaker BMW was interested in purchasing Saab, but we… Continue Reading...
Nails just keep dropping in Saab‘s coffin, despite Chinese company Youngman’s attempts to sway the tide otherwise. The latest detail in what’s become a sad saga of failure has to do with dealerships and their reaction to being caught in the fallout. It’s probably easy to forget, but if an automaker goes belly-up, the folks… Continue Reading...