Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) reports global retail sales of 26,998 cars for the month of August, an increase of 4.7 per cent compared to August 2012. The positive momentum continues in China where sales grew by 65.7 per cent, while Europe and overseas markets supported the growth as well. For the period January to August, global sales were down by 2.5 per cent.
Volvo Car Group’s position at the pinnacle of car safety is again highlighted with the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) introducing a new test programme that rates the performance of front crash prevention systems. Both the Volvo S60 and XC60 get the highest possible rating ‘Superior’ – and Volvo Cars’ City Safety is the only standard fitment low-speed crash prevention system in ...
China became Volvo Car Group's (Volvo Cars) number one market in September with 5,719 retail sold cars, representing an increase of 48.6 per cent. The best-selling model was the Volvo XC60 with 2,482 sold cars – a new sales record for an individual month – while the V40 model also supported the continued growth in the Chinese market.
The new dynamic S60 design, with its purposeful, dynamic appearance, accentuates the car's sporting nature. The sporty feel is emphasised by new, comfortable sport seats. Initially, the new S60 is available with three engines from the all-new four-cylinder Drive-E engine family: The 306 hp petrol turbo T6, the 245 hp T5 and the turbo diesel D4 with 181 hp. A new 8-speed automatic gearbox contribut...
Volvo Car Group keeps on moving towards the vision that by 2020, nobody should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo. In 2013, top results from independent rating institutes all over the world emphasised that the company remains on top when it comes to automotive safety.
Full-year global sales of 427,840 cars, up 1.4 per cent versus 2012 - December sales up 11.7 per cent - Year-on-year growth for six consecutive months - Volvo XC60 best-selling model in 2013 with best sales year ever
Global sales at Volvo Cars increased 4.6 per cent in February compared to the same month last year, driven by sturdy growth in China, a positive performance in Germany, the Netherlands and Japan and continued strength in Sweden. Sales have now increased for eight consecutive months.