The fully electric Volvo XC40 Recharge has earned a TOP SAFETY PICK PLUS (TSP+) from the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The addition of this vehicle means Volvo Cars is the only brand to achieve TSP+ across its entire product range.
Volvo Cars aims for annual savings of SEK 1 billion and reductions of 2.5 million tonnes in carbon emissions from 2025 using circular business principles. Supporting the company’s long-term goal of becoming a circular business by 2040, Volvo Cars will create closed material loops for emission-heavy materials such as steel and aluminium. It will also remanufacture, repair, reuse and refurbish parts...
Volvo Car UK is pleased to announce the resumption of its premium Test Drive+ programme, giving customers a safe and convenient way of experiencing its cars. In particular, the service offers a great opportunity to test the newly arrived pure electric XC40 Recharge, the newest version of Volvo’s multi-award-winning compact SUV.
Volvo Cars, a global leader in automotive safety, and DiDi Autonomous Driving, the self-driving technology arm of Didi Chuxing, the world’s leading mobility technology platform, have signed a strategic collaboration agreement on autonomous vehicles for DiDi’s self-driving test fleet.
Volvo Cars has appointed Björn Annwall as Chief Financial Officer, effective 19 April 2021. He is the successor to Carla De Geyseleer, who has elected to step down from her position for personal reasons.
Volvo Car UK has met the continued challenges of trading during lockdown to post a significant increase in its new car sales during the first quarter of 2021. Its sales volume rose by 15 per cent compared with the first three months of 2020, with 13,964 cars sold. This growth stands in contrast to the market as a whole, which witnessed a 12 per cent year-on-year decline during the same period.