Volvo to dump diesel from next S60 sedanMay 16
Volvo will not offer a diesel in its new S60 sedan, which will debut this spring and will be built at the automaker's new U.S. plant. The move comes as Volvo accelerates its shift toward electrified powertrains and away from diesels, which accounted for nearly 80 percent of its sales in Europe last year.
Why Volvo CEO says now is the time for the brand 'to perform and grow'May 18
Volvo Q1 profit rises nearly 4% on China, U.S. demandApril 27
Lynk & CO picks Volvo's Belgium plant for Europe outputMarch 26
Auto industry rejects Trump's tariff threatsMarch 6
Automotive companies on both sides of the Atlantic pushed back on President Donald Trump's talk of a trade war with Europe using a similar refrain: Everyone will suffer if his rhetoric becomes reality.
Volvo could build Lynk & CO cars in Europe, CEO Samuelsson saysJan. 25
For Volvo, strong lineup, tech ties pillars of successDec. 2, 2017
Volvo wins Uber's first robotaxi orderNov. 20, 2017
Volvo has signed a framework agreement with Uber on a three-year deal to sell it up to 24,000 cars that will become part of the ride-sharing giant's first robotaxi fleet. Volvo said it will supply XC90s with the core autonomous driving technologies that Uber needs to add its own self-driving features.
Volvo Q3 profit rises 78% on China, U.S. growthOct. 27, 2017
Volvo, taking aim at Lexus, BMW and Audi, packs XC40 with firstsSept. 21, 2017
Volvo breaks new ground with the XC40, its first model in the fast-growing premium compact crossover segment that will challenge the Lexus NX, BMW X3 and Audi Q3. It's Volvo's first model with inductive charging for mobile phones and the first to offer a car-sharing option.
Volvo posts best first-half profit in 6 years on new modelsJuly 20, 2017
Volvo to take stake in Lynk & COJuly 20, 2017
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.