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No more 180 km/h: Volvo limits the speed of their cars.
No more 180 km/h: Volvo limits the speed of their cars.

That Volvo cars will have a limited maximum speed (and it is not about 250 km/h), the company reported last year. Now is the time for action, and yesterday (may 20) about the limitation of 180 km/h on all brand cars, it was reported on the official website of the company. In addition, in the… More

Volvo has made the hybrid more affordable XC40
Volvo has made the hybrid more affordable XC40

Swedish manufacturer Volvo has been active in development and production of hybrid versions of their cars. One of the main in this direction is a compact crossover XC40. Some modifications with hybrid engines was revised. One of the novelties is a plug-in hybrid motor XC40 Recharge T4, which has less power. It is based on… More

Security rating: the unexpected leader!
Security rating: the unexpected leader!

Even the most advanced technology, high efficiency and impressive design can’t compensate for deficiencies in the quality of the vehicle. And according to experts from the British Auto Express, the most realistic evaluation can only give car owners. That is why the magazine annually conducts a survey among new car buyers. The owners reveal the… More

Volvo. And let no one die
Volvo. And let no one die

Volvo announced the start of production of cars whose maximum speed is compulsorily limited on a mark of 180 km per hour. This is with reference to the head of the Swedish brand, Hakan Samuelson according to Autocar. The first cars on which the electronic limiter has been moved up from the current 250 km/h… More

Geely, which Volvo: new from Lynk & Co surprised by its interior
Geely, which Volvo: new from Lynk & Co surprised by its interior

Young mark Lynk & Co is preparing to introduce a new compact SUV. According to preliminary data, the model will be offered with petrol “Turbotronic” 1.5, as well as hybrid installation. Brand Lynk & Co was established in 2016, is a joint project of Geely and Volvo (a Swedish company, in turn owned by the… More

Automakers resume in China, Polestar 2 launched
Automakers resume in China, Polestar 2 launched

While the production of cars and components in Europe slowed due to the outbreak of coronavirus, Daimler, Volvo and vendors report that their plants in China back to work. The Daimler company reopened its factory in China, where demand for cars recovers. In an interview with Handelsblatt newspaper reported the company’s CEO Ola Kallenius (Ola… More

Toyota and Volvo stopped production of cars
Toyota and Volvo stopped production of cars

Volvo has announced the suspension Assembly machines for an indefinite period at factories in Belgium and Malaysia, and companies in the Swedish Gothenburg and American Ridgeville continue to work. Toyota, in turn, has closed factories in Europe, the UK and Turkey. Toyota and Volvo have joined a long list of automakers that decided to suspend… More