Ask any person on the street what comes to mind when they think of Volvo Cars, and many will answer: safety. It’s what we’re proud to be known for, it’s what we’ve built our brand on.
For us, safety is not a marketing exercise or another regulatory hurdle to clear. It’s at the core of our purpose as a company.
We all like to think that we’re good drivers, but we also know that even the best among us make mistakes. People can be distracted, stressed, drowsy or in another state that impacts driving. And when people are not at their best, they may need help.
Later this year, we will reveal our new, fully electric flagship SUV. Born electric and defined by software, it’s a demonstration of our future and marks the start of a new era for safety, and the company.
This summer Volvo Cars is bringing its mission of environmental sustainability to the legendary Festival of Arts Fine Art Show and Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach, California, open now through September 2, 2022.
Followers of the Iron Maven, a custom plug-in hybrid 1961 Volvo PV544, have a chance to vote on the vehicle’s final paint color from a selection of paints produced by Bogi Lateiner, BASF, and painter Connie Manjavinos.
Volvo Cars today reports steady earnings in the second quarter in the face of ongoing uncertainties in global trade, increasing raw material prices, and supply chain constraints arising out of recent pandemic lockdowns in China.