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Volvo’s main plant in Sweden suspends production
Volvo’s main plant in Sweden suspends production

Volvo Cars is suspending production at its main plant in Torsland, Sweden, due to a shortage of semiconductor components. This is reported by the publication Goteborgs-Posten with reference to the press service of VolvoCars. “We had to do this because of a lack of semiconductors,” said Volvo spokeswoman Merhavit Habte, adding that the downtime will… More

Volvo will update the plant for the sake of electric cars
Volvo will update the plant for the sake of electric cars

As part of the planned investment, the company will introduce a number of new, more environmentally friendly technologies and production processes at the plant. These include the introduction of large aluminum body castings (so-called mega castings), a new battery assembly shop, and completely refurbished paint and final assembly shops. It is worth dwelling on the… More

40-year-old Volvo concept was accidentally found by cleaners

Volvo Museum staff recently did a general cleaning and found a forgotten Volvo Light Component Project 2000 concept car in one of the rooms. The find will be washed, polished and put on public display. The Volvo Light Component Project 2000 (abbreviated as LCP 2000) started in 1979 with the filing of ex-Saab engineer Rolf… More

Volvo’s new crossover doesn’t need a driver
Volvo’s new crossover doesn’t need a driver

The Swedish company Volvo plans to introduce autopilot in the next generation of its electric vehicles, the first of which will be the ideological successor to the XC90 SUV. The technology will be called Ride Pilot, and for the first time only California residents will be able to use it, who will be provided with… More

Contrary: Volvo will not get rid of sedans and station wagons
Contrary: Volvo will not get rid of sedans and station wagons

Volvo CEO Hokan Samuelsson confirmed that the company will not abandon the production of sedans and station wagons, although they are not in such demand as crossovers and SUVs. At least the brand does not plan to completely get rid of cars, although their range may be cut in favor of off-road vehicles. By the… More

No one can hide: Volvo launches an unusual system for finding stolen cars
No one can hide: Volvo launches an unusual system for finding stolen cars

Volvo is partnering with Vodafone Automotive to provide its UK customers with the option to install a new tracking device. It will allow you to determine the location of the car with an accuracy of 10 meters. This was reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with reference to the company’s press service. Most car thefts in Europe… More

New Volvo XC90: details revealed
New Volvo XC90: details revealed

As you know, Volvo is already working on a successor to the full-size crossover XC90. On the eve of the model, the name of which is still unknown, some details were revealed. According to the British edition “Autocar”, the successor to the XC90 will inherit the appearance from the 2021 Recharge concept car. Its main… More

Volvo will have a giant projection displays of a new type
Volvo will have a giant projection displays of a new type

Venture capital fund Volvo Cars Tech Fund has invested in Israeli optical technology startup Spectralics. The investment will enable Volvo to become the first automaker to gain access to a Multilayer Thin Totalizer (MLTC). The development promises to revolutionize projection displays with a new way of displaying images, the ability to vary the size of… More