Volvo in the News October 2015

Next Volvo S60 will be built in South Carolina
[SOURCE: Article:]

"Volvo may have been founded in Sweden and be owned by the Chinese, but its next volume sedan, the S60, will be built in South Carolina. The company broke ground on a new facility in Berkeley County, SC and announced that the facility will produce up to 100,000 cars per year, including the global supply of S60s." READ MORE

2016 Volvo XC90 gets Top Safety Pick+ on IIHS crash test [w/video]
[SOURCE: Article:, Image:]

"Volvo's counting on the SUV to revive flagging sales in North America, and the vehicle emerged from testing with an unblemished record. Key to the highest rating was how the car's new front-crash prevention system performed. In previous iterations, Volvo's version of this advanced safety equipment functioned only at low speeds. But on the new version, Volvo's City Safety feature, the XC90 avoided collisions in both 12-and-25-mile-per-hour testing." READ MORE

Volvo Cars and Autoliv join forces in Autonomous Driving

[SOURCE: Article: Image:]

"Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, and Autoliv, the automotive safety technology company, two of the world's leaders in automotive safety, have agreed to work together on the ground-breaking Drive Me project, the world's first large-scale autonomous driving (AD) initiative." READ MORE


Make an Inquiry