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Volvo Cars at the Geneva Motor Show 2015


Volvo Car Group will be revealing its newest models to join the line-up as the all-new XC90 R-Design, S60 Cross Country and V60 Cross Country make their European debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.


At a press conference to be held at 10am on the Tuesday 3rd March, Volvo will be showcasing its complete range of XC90s in a centre-piece to the Volvo stand. During the press conference, Volvo will also be highlighting its successful 2014 results and the momentum the business has continued into 2015. Also in focus will be its Vision 2020 with a Connected Car and Drive Me project area.


After a record breaking 2014 for both Volvo Car Group and Volvo Car UK, the new models are joining an already buoyant model portfolio, with XC90 showcasing the future of Volvo Cars to be delivered through an entirely new model line-up over the coming years.


Mingle Party

Visitors on 3rd March are invited to a relaxed mingle party from 5pm on the Volvo stand.


Formal Interviews

Requests can be submitted for formal interviews with the following Executive Management Team members:


Håkan Samuelsson             President and CEO 
Peter Mertens SVP, Research & Development
Jonathan Goodman SVP, Corporate Communications
Alain Visser SVP, Marketing, Sales & Customer Service
Lars Wrebo SVP, Purchasing & Manufacturing
Thomas Ingenlath SVP, Design
Lars Danielsson SVP, China Operations
Hans Oscarsson                SVP, Finance




Dennis Nobelius                  XC90 Project 
Lars Lagström                    XC90 Project
Jan Ivarsson IntelliSafe/Drive Me
Michael Fleiss Powertrain
Petter Hörling HMI/Sensus
Stefan Sällqvist S60/V60 Cross Country
Fredrik Marthinsson       POC, Connected Safety


Please submit requests by email with the following information:




Preferred interviewee


Preferred date and time

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