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Is Volvo no longer China? The company will buy the rights from Geely
Is Volvo no longer China? The company will buy the rights from Geely

Volvo Cars has signed an agreement with its parent company, Geely Holding, to acquire a stake in the latter in joint ventures in China with the aim of gaining full control over car factories and sales in the country. The acquisition of an additional 50% stake in Daqing Volvo Car Manufacturing Co., Ltd and Shanghai… More

Electric car Volvo C40 Recharge was too expensive
Electric car Volvo C40 Recharge was too expensive

The Swedish company has announced that Volvo’s first car to be offered exclusively as an electric vehicle, the C40 Recharge, will cost a minimum of $ 58,750. This is a thousand dollars cheaper than Polestar 2, and 2 thousand more expensive than the top-end Tesla Model 3. The Swedish brand will offer its customers in… More

Lynk Co 05+ on Volvo platform, preparing for debut
Lynk Co 05+ on Volvo platform, preparing for debut

Lynk & Co, which belongs to the Geely brand, will release the new 05+ coupe-crossover. The forthcoming novelty is set to be a powerful version of the standard 05 cross-coupe launched two years ago. It is expected that the coupe-crossover Lynk & Co 05+, which was “spotted” in the database of the Chinese Ministry of… More

Volvo will make its cars “smarter”
Volvo will make its cars “smarter”

The new system will unite three computers at once, which will help each other in processing data, images and artificial intelligence. Volvo’s next generation of electric cars, including a new electric crossover built on a new platform, will run on the VolvoCars operating system. OS. According to company representatives, the proprietary software will allow the… More

Volvo and Geely will jointly produce all their internal combustion engines
Volvo and Geely will jointly produce all their internal combustion engines

Volvo Cars and the Chinese concern Geely Holding, which owns it, have created a joint venture Aurobay, which will be transferred to the development and production of powertrains. Aurobay will supply combustion engines, transmissions and hybrid systems for Volvo Cars, Geely, Lynk & Co. Volvo Cars will transfer its engine plants in Sweden and China… More

The new Volvo XC90 will turn into a self-driving “electric train”
The new Volvo XC90 will turn into a self-driving “electric train”

Volvo has revealed some details of the third-generation XC90 crossover, which will be presented in 2022. The electric crossover will ship with numerous sensors, including Luminar’s LIDAR technology, and a stand-alone control computer powered by the NVIDIA Drive Orin SoC. The complex will operate under the operating system jointly developed by Volvo, Zenseact and Luminar,… More

Volvo Concept Recharge: what the future XC90 will be like
Volvo Concept Recharge: what the future XC90 will be like

Volvo has unveiled an electric concept car called Concept Recharge. The experimental car should provide insight into future models of the Swedish brand, including the flagship XC90 crossover. Volvo Recharge has a completely flat floor where batteries are installed. The absence of an internal combustion engine allowed the designers to make very short overhangs and… More

Volvo and Northvolt brands to build electric battery factory in Europe
Volvo and Northvolt brands to build electric battery factory in Europe

Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has entered into an agreement with local battery manufacturer Northvolt to co-manufacture batteries for electric vehicles. For this, a new enterprise and research center will be created. Together, two companies from one of the most environmentally neutral European countries intend to create batteries with a potential capacity of up to 50… More

Volvo prepares “budget” electric crossover
Volvo prepares “budget” electric crossover

Volvo is developing a new electric crossover that will be the most compact and affordable model in the Swedish automaker’s green lineup. It is assumed that the new product will be called XC20 or XC30, according to plans it will enter the market in 2023. There are almost no specific details about the new subcompact… More

Volvo’s large-scale recall: the cause is more than serious
Volvo’s large-scale recall: the cause is more than serious

It turns out that Swedish cars aren’t all that safe – Volvo is recalling more than 85,000 vehicles in the US due to a fuel pump problem. Documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that the 15 amp fuse for the low pressure fuel pump may blow when the ECM requires the… More