Volvo Cars reported 8.8 per cent sales growth for the first 11 months of 2021 to 634,257 cars and is on track for a full-year sales increase versus 2020, demonstrating its resilience in the face of persistent tough market conditions and supply constraints.
Volvo Car UK is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Lynch to the role of PR Lead, a position which he takes over from Interim PR Lead, Ian Tonkin, who has secured the role of External Communications Strategist within the Volvo Cars’ EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) team.
Volvo has extended its run of success in the Car Dealer Used Car Awards with the V60 mid-size estate becoming its third different model in three years to win the Used Executive Car of the Year title. It repeats the achievement of the V90 and S90 large premium estate and saloon models, honoured in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Volvo Cars today reported continued growth both in terms of sales and revenue for the first nine months of 2021, even as a Covid-19 outbreak in Southeast Asia caused an industry-wide supply shortage which impacted production and sales volumes in the third quarter.
Volvo Cars is renewing its commitment to the Middle East through several key developments that will see the brand expand its existing partner network, open a brand-new regional parts distribution centre, and bring a premium customer buying experience to the region with the opening of a flagship Volvo Studio in Dubai.
Volvo Cars has invested in the optical and imaging technology start-up Spectralics through the Volvo Cars Tech Fund, the company’s venture capital investment arm. The investment gives Volvo Cars access to promising technology at an early stage of development that could contribute to making cars safer and revolutionise in-car user experience.