Volvo to take stake in Lynk & COJuly 20
Volvo will take a stake in sibling brand Lynk & CO, which will rely heavily on Volvo as it prepares to start European and U.S. sales. Volvo also will set up a joint venture with its Chinese parent, Zhejiang Geely Holding, to help speed up the development of new electrified vehicles.
Volvo posts best first-half profit in 6 years on new modelsJuly 20
Volvo steers toward electrified futureJuly 5
Volvo, Autoliv deepen self-driving ties with NvidiaJune 27
Can Polestar siphon off some Tesla sizzle?June 25
Volvo will challenge Tesla, BMW i with stand-alone Polestar brandJune 21
Volvo will challenge Tesla and BMW's i subbrand by turning its Polestar unit into a stand-alone brand for high-performance electrified models. The Swedish automaker has picked design chief Thomas Ingenlath to be CEO at Polestar.
Volvo eyes even tougher sales targetJune 21
Volvo's Hakan Samuelsson to speak at Europe congressMay 22
Volvo confirms China production for first EVApril 19
Volvo confirmed it will build its first full-electric car in China and export it globally. The EV will launch in 2019 and will based on the compact modular architecture that Volvo co-developed with Lynk & CO.
Volvo enters its ninth decade on a record-breaking highApril 14
Anders Gustafsson sees Volvo's 90th birthday from the most unique perspective of anyone on the company's executive management team. Gustafsson's family has been selling the brand for the last 45 years through its company, Bildeve, the oldest Volvo Cars dealership in southern Sweden.
How Volvo defied the oddsApril 17
Volvo will build first EV in China for export, sources sayApril 13
Volvo will build its first full-electric car in China, sources told Automotive News Europe. The battery-powered vehicle will debut in 2019 and will be exported globally from Volvo's factory in southeast China.