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Volvo Cars

Volvo Cars, stylized as VOLVO, is a Swedish luxury vehicles brand and a subsidiary of the Chinese automotive company Geely. It is headquartered in Torslanda in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The company manufactures and markets sport utility vehicles SUVs, station wagons, sedans and compact executive sedans. The Volvo Group was founded in 1927 as a subsidiary of the ball bearing manufacturer SKF. When AB Volvo now a separate company was introduced on the Stockholm stock exchange in 1935, SKF sold most of its shares in the company. Its cars are marketed as being safe, solidly built, and reliable.
The heavy truck and construction equipment conglomerate AB Volvo and Volvo Cars have been independent companies since AB Volvo sold Volvo Cars to the Ford Motor Company in 1999. Volvo Cars has been majority-owned since 2010 by the Geely Holding Group. Both AB Volvo and Volvo Cars share the Volvo logo, and cooperate in running the Volvo Museum. With approximately 2.300 local dealers from around 100 national sales companies worldwide, Volvo Cars largest markets are China, the United States, Sweden and other countries in the European Union. Most of its worldwide employees are based in Sweden.
In the United States, Volvo paid $19.6 million in fines for missing its Corporate Average Fuel Economy targets for the 2010–2014 model years. In July 2017, Volvo announced that new models launched from 2019 onward would be fully electric or hybrid-electric, heralding the end of production of nearly a century of Volvo vehicles powered solely by the internal combustion engine. Volvo, however, will continue to produce non-electric, non-hybrid cars from models introduced before that year but will discontinue them once the non-hybrid, non-electric cars receive a facelift or complete redesign. In 2019, Volvo announced that it plans to produce only electrified cars from the year 2040 onwards.

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1.1. History 1927–1999
Volvo was founded upon the concept of safety in 1927 in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company was created as a subsidiary company 100% owned by SKF Swedish: Svenska Kullagerfabriken. Assar Gabrielsson was appointed the managing director CEO and Gustav Larson as the technical manager.
The trademark Volvo which is Latin for I roll was first registered by SKF on 11 May 1915 with the intention to use it for a special series of ball bearing for the American market but it was never used for this purpose however in the application for the trademark, it was also designated for the purpose of automobiles. The SKF trademark as it looks today was used instead for all the SKF-products. Some pre-series of Volvo-bearings stamped with the brand name Volvo were manufactured but never released to the market, and it was not until 1927 that the trademark was used again, now as a trademark and company name for an automobile.
The first Volvo car left the assembly line on 14 April 1927, and was called Volvo OV 4. After this the young company produced closed top and cabriolet vehicles, which were designed to hold strong in the Swedish climate and terrain. In the registration application for Volvo logotype in 1927, they simply made a copy of the entire radiator for OV4, viewed from the front.
Presented in 1944 the Volvo PV444 passenger car only entered production in 1947. It was the smallest Volvo yet and was to take the lions share of Volvo production, as well as spearheading their move into the profitable American market. The first Volvos arrived in the United States in 1955, after hardware wholesaler Leo Hirsh began distributing cars in California. Later, Texas was added, and in 1956, Volvo themselves began importing cars to the US. North America has consistently provided Volvo with their main outlet since.
In 1963, Volvo opened the Volvo Halifax Assembly plant, the first assembly plant in the companys history outside of Sweden, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1964, Volvo opened its Torslanda plant in Sweden, which currently is one of its largest production sites chiefly large cars and SUVs. Then in 1965, the Ghent, Belgium plant was opened, which is the companys second largest production site. This was also Volvos first location producing cars within the European Economic Community. In 1989, the Uddevalla plant in Sweden was opened, which was jointly operated by Volvo Car Corporation and Pininfarina Sverige AB from 2005 to 2013.
Volvos long-time CEO Pehr G. Gyllenhammar saw early on that Volvo was too small to survive in the future, and attempted several times to merge with other manufacturers. Volvo nearly merged with Saab in the late seventies, while in 1978 an aborted affair would have seen the Norwegian state take over 40 percent of the company. In return, Volvo would receive 200 million SEK and a ten percent concession in the Oseberg oil field. Major institutional actors in Sweden opposed the deal and blocked it. A deal to merge with Renault was blocked in 1993, mainly opposed by a Swedish stockholders association.
A collection of Volvos most important historical vehicles are now housed in the Volvo Museum, which opened in a permanent location in Arendal at Hisingen on 30 May 1995. For several years, the collection had been housed at the Blue Hangar, at the then closed Torslanda Airport.
In the early 1970s, Volvo acquired the passenger car division of the Dutch company DAF, and marketed their small cars as Volvos before releasing the Dutch-built Volvo 340, which went on to be one of the biggest-selling cars in the UK market in the 1980s. 1986 marked a record year for Volvo in the US, with 113.267 cars sold. The appearance of Japanese brands like Acura and Lexus and the growing popularity of Subaru station wagons in subsequent years meant the loss of a significant market share for Volvo, one which they have never regained.
In 1999, Volvo Group decided to sell its automobile manufacturing business in order to concentrate on commercial vehicles, and to buy a 5% stake in Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors with which Volvo Group along with the Dutch government had participated in a joint venture at the former DAF plant in Born, Netherlands since 1991. Ford saw advantages in acquiring a profitable prestige mid-size European automobile manufacturer, well renowned for its safety aspects, as an addition to its Premier Automotive Group. The buyout of Volvo Cars was announced on 28 January 1999, and in the following year the acquisition was completed at a price of US$6.45 billion. As a result of the divestiture, the Volvo trademark was used by two separate companies:
Volvo Group – a manufacturer of trucks, buses and construction equipment among others owned by Swedish interests
Volvo Car Corporation or Volvo Cars – a manufacturer of automobiles owned by Ford Motor Company
Volvo Group completed its 5% deal with Mitsubishi in November 1999, but sold its stake back to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in March 2001.

1.2. History Ford era, 1999–2010
Volvo Car Corporation was part of Ford Motor Companys Premier Automotive Group PAG, along with Jaguar, Aston Martin Land Rover. While part of the PAG, the company significantly expanded its range of vehicles.
After Ford sold Jaguar Land Rover to Tata Motors of India in 2008, the company initially decided to keep Volvo Cars despite mounting losses and major economic downturns. Ford decided to restructure plans for Volvo Cars, pushing it further upmarket, alongside the lower end of Mercedes and BMW sedans, wagons, and SUV crossovers. The outcome was the luxurious second generation Volvo S80 and the new small premium crossover Volvo XC60.
When the global economic crisis of 2008 threatened the US automakers, Swedish authorities became concerned about the fate of Volvo, should Ford file for bankruptcy. These concerns mounted after repeated mass-layoffs at Volvo. In December 2008, Ford announced that it was considering selling Volvo Cars. Initially, a sale price of US$6 billion was reported. Ford said it was also looking into the possibility of spinning off Volvo as an independent company. The Swedish government was asked to look into a possible state ownership of Volvo, or a financial bailout for Volvo Cars and SAAB of GM. Former parent AB Volvo agreed to help Volvo cut costs through partnerships, and suggested taking part in a shared ownership of Volvo Cars, as part of a larger consortium. Other rumored candidates to purchase Volvo Cars included BMW AG of Germany, Investor AB of Sweden, Chinese investors, and Russian investors.
Although it was rumoured that Volkswagen would buy Volvo Cars, and despite initial denials, Chinese company Geely Holding Group was ultimately selected to take over the Swedish automaker. Geely Group Holdings Co. allegedly bid about US$1.5 billion to take over Volvo, with Goldman Sachs investing HK$2.59 billion US$334 million in the holding company.

1.3. History Geely era, 2010–present
Ford Motor Company offered Volvo Cars for sale in December 2008, after suffering losses that year. On 28 October 2009, Ford confirmed that, after considering several offers, the preferred buyer of Volvo Cars was Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the parent of Chinese motor manufacturer Geely Automobile. On 23 December 2009, Ford confirmed the terms of the sale to Geely had been settled. A definitive agreement was signed on 28 March 2010, for $1.8 billion. The European Commission and Chinas Ministry of Commerce approved the deal on 6 and 29 July 2010, respectively. The deal closed on 2 August 2010 with Geely paying $1.3 billion cash and a $200 million note. Further payments are expected with a later price "true-up". It is the largest overseas acquisition by a Chinese automaker.
Stefan Jacoby, formerly chief executive of Volkswagen of America, became Volvo Car Corporations president and chief executive on 16 August 2010, replacing Stephen Odell, who became chief executive of Ford Europe. Li Shufu became Volvo Cars chairman of the board. His board members include vice-chairman Hans-Olov Olsson, a former president and chief executive of Volvo Cars, and Håkan Samuelsson, formerly chief executive of MAN. As of 2016, 61.4% of its 31.416 worldwide employees were still in Sweden.
Under Geely ownership, Volvo has refocused its product lineup. The manufacturer has developed a new line of 3- and 4-cylinder diesel and petrol engines while eliminating larger engines. It has also developed a new vehicle platform, the Scalable Product Architecture SPA, and re-introduced an expanded -90 series of models, including the S90 sedan and Volvo V90 wagon in addition to a redesigned XC90 SUV.
In 2015, Volvo sold more than half a million cars for the first time in its 89-year history. Volvo reported strong sales from all three core global regions. Sales in Europe rose 10% in 2015 to 269k, representing over 50% of total global volume. Volvos revival in the US gained momentum, with sales up 24% in 2015, while China was flat amid a challenging sales environment, but sales were up 11% in the fourth quarter.
In July 2017, the automaker announced that beginning in 2019, all of its new models will include an electric motor in their powertrain. Implementation of the announcement could mean Volvo becoming the first manufacturer to end production of internal combustion-only vehicles, with all vehicles hybrid or electric powered. Between 2019 and 2021, Volvo plans to launch 3 electric cars under the Volvo brand and 2 more under the Polestar performance brand.
Volvo was also a proponent of autonomous vehicles. On 20 November 2017, Uber announced that it planned to buy up to 24.000 Volvo cars designed to accept autonomous technology between 2019 and 2021. This non-binding intent includes a plan for Uber Advanced Technologies Group to design and build the self-driving system in the XC90 SUV vehicles. In 2016, the two companies had announced that they planned to collaborate on the design and financing of cars with self-driving systems. Such vehicles require a different type of steering and braking mechanism, as well as sensors. The CEO of Volvo Cars, Håkan Samuelsson, made this comment in an interview: "We get support developing this car. It’s also a big commercial deal."
Also in 2017, Volvo announced a vehicle subscription offering called Care by Volvo, which offers the Volvo XC40 for a monthly payment that includes insurance and maintenance. Care by Volvo is offered in several European markets, such as Germany, UK and Italy, as well as in the U.S.
In February 2020, Volvo and Geely announced that the companies have started formal discussions about a merger of business. Geely currently owns Volvo, however, Volvo Cars has largely been allowed autonomy with its resources.

2. Safety
Volvo cars have long been marketed as safe and the company has stressed their historic reputation for solidity and reliability in marketing campaigns. Volvo uses high-tech safety systems as standard equipment in new vehicles. Prior to strong government safety regulation Volvo had been at the forefront of safety engineering.
In 1944, laminated glass was introduced in the PV model. After Vattenfall engineers presented their pioneering work to Volvo in the 1950s, Volvo engineer Nils Bohlin invented and patented the modern three-point safety belt, which became standard on all Volvo cars in 1959, and then made this design patent open in the interest of safety and made it available to other car manufacturers for free. Additionally, Volvo developed the first rear-facing child seat in 1964 and introduced its own booster seat in 1978.
In 1991, the 960 introduced the first three-point seat belt for the middle of the rear seat and a child safety cushion integrated in the middle armrest. Also in 1991, it introduced the Side Impact Protection System SIPS on the 700, 940/960 and 850 models, which channels the force of a side impact away from the doors and into the safety cage.
In 1994, to add to its SIPS, Volvo was the first to introduce side airbags and installed them as standard equipment in all models from 1995. At the start of the 1995 model year, side impact protection airbags were standard on high trim-level Volvo 850s, and optional on other 850s. By the middle of the production year, they were standard on all 850s. In model year 1995, SIPS airbags became standard on all Volvo models.
In 1995, the Volvo 745 was recalled as the front seatbelt mounts could break in a collision.
In 1998, Volvo installed a head-protecting airbag, which was made standard in all new models as well as some existing models. The IC head-protecting airbag was not available on the 1997 C70 since the initial design deployed the airbag from the roof, and the C70, being a convertible, could not accommodate such an airbag. A later version of the C70 featured a head-protecting airbag deploying upwards from the door, avoiding this problem. It has been stated by many testing authorities that side head protecting curtain airbags can reduce the risk of death in a side impact by up to 40% and brain injury by up to 55%, as well as protect occupants during a rollover. In 1998, Volvo introduced its Whiplash Protection System WHIPS, a safety device to prevent injury to front seat users during collisions.
In 2004, Volvo introduced the Blind Spot Information System BLIS, which detects vehicles entering the vehicles blind spot with a side-view-mirror-mounted camera, and alerts the driver with a light. That year also saw Volvos sold in all markets equipped with side-marker lights and daytime running lights. Also, since 2004 all Volvo models except for the coupes C70 and C30 are available with an all-wheel drive system developed by Haldex Traction of Sweden.
In 2005, Volvo presented the second generation of Volvo C70, which came with extra stiff door-mounted inflatable side curtains the first of its kind in a convertible dubbed DMIC.
Even though Volvo Car Corporation was owned by Ford Motor Company, Volvos safety systems were still standard on all Volvo vehicles. Volvo has patented all its safety innovations, including SIPS, WHIPS, ROPS, DSTC, and body structures. Some of these systems were fitted to other Ford vehicles in forms similar to those of Volvo systems, but only because Volvo licensed the FOMOCO and other PAG members to use these features.
A 2005 Folksam report, put the 740/940 from 1982 on in the 15% better than average category, the second from the top category.
In 2005, when the American non-profit, non-governmental Insurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHS released its first annual "Top Safety Picks" vehicles list, none of Volvos offered vehicles in the US were included on the list. According to Russ Rader, a spokesman for IIHS, Volvo lagged behind its competitors. Dan Johnston, a Volvo spokesman, denied that the companys vehicles were any less safe than the institutes top-rated vehicles, adding that
Its just a philosophy on safety that is different from building cars to pass these kinds of tests.
In 2006, Volvos Personal Car Communicator PCC remote control was launched as an optional feature with the all-new Volvo S80. Before a driver enters their car, they can review the security level and know whether they had set the alarm and if the car is locked. Additionally, a heartbeat sensor warns if someone is hiding inside the car. The S80 was also the first Volvo model to feature adaptive cruise control ACC with Collision Warning and Brake Support CWBS.
In 2008, a French court found Volvo partially responsible for causing the death of two children and serious injuries of another in Wasselonne on 17 June 1999, when the brakes of a 1996 Volvo 850 failed. The court subjected Volvo to a €200.000 fine.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHS, Volvos S80 became one of the 2009 Top Safety Picks Award winners. The previous versions of the S40 and S60 models 2005–09 models with standard side airbags failed to attain the highest rating in their side impact test. However, according to the IIHS, in recent years Volvo cars have still managed to maintain their high class safety ratings as seen in test results. The Volvo XC90, S80, C70, XC60, S60 and C30 are all rated Top Safety Picks in these crash tests. The 2014 models of the XC60, XC90, S60 and S80 have even received the Top Safety Pick+ rating. All Volvos tested in the small overlap test have received a good rating.
Volvo has also scored high in EuroNCAP tests. Since 2009, all the Volvo models that EuroNCAP have tested have received five-star safety ratings: Volvo C30, V40, V60, V60 plug-in hybrid, XC60 and V70. The second generation Volvo V40 got the best test result of any car model ever tested by EuroNCAP at the time. As well the redesigned XC60 received the highest adult occupant score 98% in 2017.

2.1. Safety Safety milestones
This list is not necessarily Volvo innovations, but dates when Volvo incorporated the technology into its cars

3.1. Car models Annual sales all models
In 2019, Volvo achieved record sales for the sixth year in a row, with 705 452 cars sold.

3.2. Car models Annual sales by model and country
European sales figures are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.

3.3. Car models Tri-digit nomenclature
Starting with the 140 series in 1966, Volvo used a tri-digit system for their cars. The first number was the series, the second number the number of cylinders and the third number the number of doors; so a 164 was a 1-series with a six-cylinder engine and four doors. However, there were exceptions to this rule – the 780 for example, came with turbocharged I4 and naturally aspirated V6 petrol engines and I6 diesel engines, but never an eight-cylinder, as the "eight" would suggest. Similarly, the 760 often was equipped with a turbocharged I4 engine, and the Volvo 360 only had four cylinders. Some 240GLT had a V6 engine. The company dropped the meaning of the final digit for later cars like the 740, but the digit continued to identify cars underhood on the identification plate.
Volvo 360
Volvo 740
Volvo 780
Volvo 140
Volvo 960
Volvo 340 Volvo 343, 345
Volvo 760
Volvo 240 Volvo 242, 244, 245
Volvo 440/460
Volvo 850
Volvo 164
Volvo 260 Volvo 262C, 264, 265
Volvo 940
Volvo 480

3.4. Car models Post tri-digit models
Volvo V40
Released in 1995
Volvo S40
Released in 1996
Volvo V70 replaced the 850 estate
Volvo S70 replaced the 850 saloon
Volvo S90 replaced the 960 saloon
Volvo V90 replaced the 960 estate
Released in 1997
Volvo V70 XC
Volvo C70 coupe
Volvo C70 convertible
Released in 1998
Volvo S80 replaced the Volvo S90
Volvo V70 XC II/XC70
Volvo S60 replaced the Volvo S70
Volvo V70 II
Released in 2000
Volvo XC90
Released in 2002
Volvo V50 replaced the Volvo V40
Released in 2004
Volvo S40 II replaced the Volvo S40
Released in 2006
Volvo S80 II
Volvo C70 II
Volvo C30
Volvo XC70 II
Released in 2007
Volvo V70 III
Volvo XC60
Released in 2008
Released in 2010
Volvo S60 II replaced the Volvo S60
Volvo V60 replaced the Volvo V50
Volvo V40 II replaced both the Volvo S40 II and Volvo V50
Released in 2012
Volvo XC Classic
Released in 2014
Volvo XC90 II replaced the Volvo XC90
Volvo V90 replaced both the Volvo V70 III and Volvo XC70 II
Volvo S90 replaced the Volvo S80 II
Released in 2016
Volvo XC60 II replaced the Volvo XC60
Released in 2017
Volvo XC40
Volvo V60 II replaced the Volvo V60
Released in 2018

3.5. Car models Current models
Today, the company uses a system of letters denoting body style followed by the series number. "S" stands for "sedan", "C" stands for "coupe" or "convertible" including three-door hatchback AKA "shooting brake" and "V" stands for "versatile" 5-door hatchback and station wagon. "XC" stands for "cross country" originally added to a more rugged V70 model as the V70XC and indicates all wheel drive paired with a raised suspension to give it an SUV look. Volvo would later change the name to the "XC70" in keeping with its car naming consistent with the XC90. So a V50 is an estate "V" that is smaller than the V70.
Originally, Volvo was planning a different naming scheme. S and C were to be the same, but "F", standing for "flexibility", was to be used on station wagons. When Volvo introduced the first generation S40 and V40 in 1995, they were announced as the S4 and F4. However, Audi complained that it had inherent rights to the S4 name, since it names its sporty vehicles "S", and the yet to be introduced sport version of the Audi A4 would have the S4 name. Volvo agreed to add a second digit, so the vehicles became the S40 and F40. However, that led to a complaint from Ferrari, who used the Ferrari F40 name on their legendary sports car. This led to Volvo switching the "F" to "V", for versatile.
Medium cars CMA platform
Volvo XC40 2017–present M/Y 2018–present
Volvo XC60 II 2017–present M/Y 2018–present
Volvo V90 Cross Country 2016–present M/Y 2017–present
Volvo V90 II 2016–present M/Y 2017–present
Volvo S60 III 2018–present M/Y 2018–present
Large cars SPA platform
Volvo S90 II 2016–present M/Y 2017–present
Volvo V60 II 2018–present M/Y 2019–present
Volvo XC90 II 2014–present M/Y 2015–present

3.6. Car models Concept cars
Volvo 40.1 2016
Volvo GTZ 3000 1970
Volvo ACC – Adventure Concept Car 1997
Volvo LCP2000 1983
Volvo ReCharge Concept 2007
Volvo Philip 1952
Volvo Venus Bilo 1933
Volvo PCC – Performance Concept Car 2001
Volvo Universe Concept 2011
Volvo City Taxi 1977
Volvo Concept Estate 2014
Volvo VCC – Versatility Concept Car 2003
Volvo ECC – Environment Concept Car 1992
Volvo Concept You 2011
Volvo Margarete Rose 1953
C30 DRIVe Electric 2010
Volvo S60 Concept 2008
Volvo SCC – Safety Concept Car 2001
Volvo C30 Design Concept 2006
Volvo 40.2 2016
Volvo EC 1977
Volvo 1800 ESC 1972
Volvo XC60 Concept 2006
Volvo YCC – Your Concept Car 2004
Volvo 3CC 2005
Volvo Concept Coupe 2013
Volvo PCC2 2002
Volvo T6 2005
Volvo 360c 2018
Volvo Elisabeth I 1953
Volvo GTZ 1969
Volvo VCC – Volvo Concept Car 1980
Volvo ACC2 2002
Volvo Tundra 1979
Volvo VESC 1972
Volvo Concept XC Coupe 2014

4. Alternative propulsion
In 2019, Volvo announced that it plans to produce only fully electrified cars from the year 2040 onwards. From 2040, it plans to no longer produce internal combustion engine powered vehicles.

4.1. Alternative propulsion Flexible-fuel vehicles
In 2005, Volvo introduced to the Swedish market the companys first E85 flexifuel models. Volvo introduced its S40 and V50 with flexible-fuel engines, joined in late 2006 by the then new C30. All Volvo models were initially restricted to the Swedish market, until 2007, when these three models were launched in eight new European markets. In 2008, Volvo launched the V70 with a 2.5-litre turbocharged flexifuel engine.

4.2. Alternative propulsion Plug-in hybrids
The Volvo ReCharge is a plug-in hybrid concept car with an all-electric range AER of 60 miles 97 km. It was officially unveiled at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show.
On 1 June 2009, Volvo announced the launching of series production diesel-electric plug-in hybrids by 2012. The company plans to sell a series hybrid with the goal of achieving emissions of less than 50 grams of CO 2 per kilometer. As part of a joint venture with Vattenfall, a Swedish energy company, Volvo converted two Volvo V70 to plug-in hybrid demonstrators that have been in field testing in Goteborg, Sweden since December 2009. Vattenfall offered customers participating in this trial the supply of renewable electricity generated from wind power or hydropower. Among other challenges, this test has allowed to experience the all-electric range at low temperatures, which has been a disadvantage of plug-in vehicles.

4.3. Alternative propulsion Electric car
The Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric concept car was exhibited at the 2010 Paris Motor Show and Volvo announced that field testing will begin in 2011, in the US, Europe, and China. The C30 DRIVe electric car has a lithium-ion battery, a top speed of 130 km/h 81 mph, and an all-electric range of up to 150 kilometres 93 mi. Field testing began in 2010 with 10 units in Goteborg, Sweden.

4.4. Alternative propulsion Gas-turbine Hybrid
The Volvo ECC Environmental Concept Car was exhibited at the 1992 Paris Motor Show. The vehicles range on batteries alone was 90 miles 140 km, and when combined with a full tank of fuel for the turbine, about 415 miles 668 km.

4.5. Alternative propulsion Drive-E engines
Starting in the 2015 model year, Volvo introduced a line of forced-induction four-cylinder engines, dubbed "Drive-E", to increase the efficiency of their models without sacrificing performance. These engines also debuted throughout the lineup that year, and also appeared in the second-generation Volvo XC90. Hybridized versions of these engines would, in theory, have enough power to match eight-cylinder engines.

5. Production locations
Sweden
Volvo V60, Volvo XC60, Volvo V90, Volvo XC90
Torslanda Volvo Cars Torslanda – Torslandaverken 1964–present
Olofstrom body components
Skovde engines
Floby engine components, brake discs
Belgium
Volvo XC40, Volvo S60, Volvo V60
Ghent Volvo Car Gent 1965–present
China
Volvo S60L, Volvo XC60
Chengdu Zhongjia Automobile Manufacturing 2013–present
Volvo S90, Volvo S90L
Daqing Volvo Car Manufacturing 2014–present
Volvo XC40
Luqiao Zhejiang Geely Manufacturing 2016-present
Zhangjiakou engines
Malaysia
Volvo S60, Volvo S90, Volvo V60, Volvo XC40, Volvo XC60, Volvo XC90
Shah Alam Volvo Car Manufacturing Malaysia 1967–present
India
Volvo S90, Volvo XC60, Volvo XC90
Bangalore Volvo Auto India 2017-present
Russia
Kaluga
United States
Volvo S60
Ridgeville, South Carolina Volvo Car North America 2018-present

6. Engine types
Volvo uses in-line, or straight engines in their production vehicles. Volvo is also known for the application of the in-line 5-cylinder engine to its vehicle line up since its introduction in 1991 in the Volvo 850.
Side valve six – fitted into the PV651/2, TR671/4, PV653/4, TR676/9, PV658/9, PV36, PV51/2, PV53/6, PV801/2, PV821/2, PV831/2 and PV60 from 1929 to 1958
B18 and B20 – 1.8 L/2.0 L OHV 8v fitted into all Volvo models from 1961 to 1974 except 164 and 1975 US spec 240 models.
B30 – fitted to all 164 models
B204 and B234 – 2.0 L and 2.3 L DOHC 16 valve engines
B4B and B14A – fitted into the Volvo PV and Volvo Duett from 1947 to 1956
B27/B28 and B280 – 2.7 and 2.8 L SOHC 12v developed together with Renault and Peugeot
B16 A and B – fitted into the PV, Duett and Volvo Amazon from 1957 to 1960
B19, B21, and B23 – fitted from 1975
B200 and B230 – 2.0 L and 2.3 L, respectively, SOHC 8v fitted to 240, 360, 700, 940 series cars from 1985

7. Transmissions
Volvo automatic transmissions in the past were made by the ZF Friedrichshafen company, but now the transmissions are co-developed with Aisin of Japan. Geartronic is Volvo Cars name for its manumatic transmission.

7.1. Transmissions Automatic transmissions
Borg-Warner 35 transmission
Volvo AW70 series transmissions
Volvo AW72 transmission
Volvo AW70 transmission
Volvo AW71 transmission
Borg-Warner 55 transmission
GM4T65EV/GT 4-speed GM automatic, FWD/AWD
AW50-42 4-speed automatic, FWD/AWD
AW55-50/51 5-speed automatic, FWD/AWD
AWTF-80 SC 6-speed automatic, FWD/AWD
ZF 4HP22 transmission 4-speed automatic transmission, 4x4

7.2. Transmissions Manual transmissions
Volvo M41 transmission
Volvo M47 transmission
Volvo M400 & M410 transmission
Volvo M50 transmission
Volvo M59 transmission
Volvo M58 transmission
Volvo M40 transmission
Volvo M30 transmission
Volvo M56 transmission
Volvo M51 transmission
Volvo M66 transmission
IB5
Volvo M65 transmission
Volvo M45 transmission
Volvo M46 transmission
MPS6 6-speed dual clutch Powershift, FWD
Volvo M90 transmission
MMT6
MTX-75

8. Motorsport
In 1959, Volvo had set up its own motorsport department. This led to Volvo enjoying worldwide success in the motorsport arena throughout the early 1960s. In 1961, Gran Premio de Argentina Gunnar Andersson was appointed Volvos competition department manager, signing a number of drivers, including Carl-Magnus Skogh, Tom Trana and Ewy Rosqvist, though he himself still continued to compete in rallies. In 1964, Volvo made heavy investments in the Safari Rally, entering four Volvo PV544s in the 1964 competition. A PV544, borrowed from Volvo and then modified and driven by Joginder and Jaswant Singh won the Safari Rally in 1965.
Volvo entered the European Touring Car Championship with the Volvo 240 Turbo in the 1980s. In the 1984 European Touring Car Championship, the Swedish team Sportpromotion won the EG Trophy at Zolder circuit, followed by placing second in the Mugello. In 1985, Volvo signed Swiss engine guru Reudi Eggenberger to run its works team through Eggenberger Motorsport. Team drivers Gianfranco Brancatelli and Thomas Lindstrom led the 240T to victory in the 1985 ETCC.
Also in 1985, New Zealander Mark Petch had purchased a 240T from the Magnum team in Sweden and claimed to run the only privateer Volvo 240T outside of Europe, and drivers Robbie Francevic and Michel Delcourt had also won the Wellington 500 street race in New Zealand in January. Francevic went on to finish 5th in the 1985 Australian Touring Car Championship, taking wins at Symmons Plains and Oran Park. The factory-supported Petch team also participated in the 1985 Bathurst 1000. Thomas Lindstrom later joined Francevic to win the 1986 Wellington 500. The Petch team become the Volvo Dealer Team in 1986, and expanded to two cars, with the other being for John Bowe, who had driven the Volvo with Francevic at the 1985 Bathurst 1000.
Volvo contracted Belgian based team RAS Sport to be its works team in the ETCC in 1986, following Eggengerger moving to race Ford Sierras. This team included defending champion Lindstrom, joined by ex-Formula One and Grand Prix motorcycle racer Johnny Cecotto, as well as Ulf Granberg and Anders Olofsson. The team took wins at wins at Hockenheim, Anderstorp, Brno, Osterreichring and Zolder, though the wins at Anderstorp and the Osterreichring were disqualified due to the use of illegal fuel.
The 240T also entered the Guia Race, part of the Macau Grand Prix in 1985, 1986 and 1987, winning in both 1985 and 1986.
Volvo also saw success in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft German Touring Car Championship, with a 240 Turbo driven by Per Stureson winning the 1985 DTM.
Volvo also entered the British Touring Car Championship in the 1990s with Tom Walkinshaw Racing. This partnership was responsible for the controversial 850 Estate racing cars, driven by Rickard Rydell and Jan Lammers and with a best qualifying placing of third and a best race finish of fifth, which was only rendered uncompetitive when the FIA allowed the use of aerodynamic aids in 1995. TWR then built and ran the works 850 Saloon, with six wins in 1995, and five wins in 1996, and a S40, with one win in 1997 in the BTCC, as well as Volvo placing third in the Manufacturers Championship, both in 1995 and 1996. In 1998, TWR Volvo won the British Touring Car Championship with Rickard Rydell driving the S40R.
Volvo also competed in the Super Touring category with the 850 across Europe and in Australia. Australian race car driver Peter Brock drove an 850 T5 with Tony Scott in the 1994 James Hardie 12 Hour production car race at Bathurst, finishing 25th. He also drove an 850 saloon in the 1996 Australian Super Touring Championship, placing sixth in the Drivers’ Championship.
Volvo regularly entered the S60 in the Swedish Touring Car Championship, where it finished 2nd in the drivers championship twice and won the manufacturers title once. The S60 continued to be raced after the formation of the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship, a merger of the Swedish and Danish touring car championships. Thed Bjork won three consecutive titles from 2013 to 2015, driving an S60 prepared by Polestar Racing.
From 2002 to 2007, there was an S60 one-make racing series as a support series to the Swedish Touring Car Championship known as the S60 Challenge Cup, using 26 factory-modified S60s.
An S60 was driven by Robert Dahlgren in the Swedish round of the 2007 World Touring Car Championship.
The first generation S60 made its competitive debut in 2006, racing in the Speed World Challenge GT class. The second-generation model was introduced for the 2009 season. In 2010, its programme was expanded to include the SCAA Pro Racing World Challenge, where it won both the drivers and manufacturers championships in the GT class. The programme was expanded again in 2011, to include the Pirelli World Challenge.
In 2008, Volvo entered the Swedish Touring Car Championship with a C30 powered by bioethanol E85 fuel. Robert Dahlgreen and Tommy Rustad were the drivers, finishing 5th and 10th respectively in the championship. Volvo had also signalled their intentions to enter the 2009 British Touring Car Championship with the same car.
Volvo entered the V8 Supercars Championship with two S60s in 2014 with Garry Rogers Motorsport, and were immediately competitive. Following ten pole positions and four race wins, Scott McLaughlin finished fifth in the championship and was awarded the Barry Sheene Medal.

9.1. Marketing Logo
The Volvo symbol is an ancient chemistry sign for iron. The iron sign is used to symbolize the strength of iron used in the car as Sweden is known for its quality iron. The diagonal line a strip of metal across the grille came about to hold the actual symbol, a circle with an arrow, in front of the radiator. It is also a gender symbol for men.

9.2. Marketing Sponsorship
Volvo has, since the 1950s, had special international sales programs for customers assigned abroad, for example Diplomat Sales, Military Sales and Expat Sales.
The Volvo trademark is now jointly owned 50/50 by Volvo Group and Volvo Car Corporation. One of the main promotional activities for the brand is the sailing Race Volvo Ocean Race, formerly known as the Whitbread Around the World Race. There is also a Volvo Baltic Race and Volvo Pacific Race, and Volvo likes to encourage its image by sponsoring golf tournaments all over the world including major championship events called the Volvo Masters and Volvo China Open.
Volvo sponsored the Volvo Ocean Race, the worlds leading round-the-world yacht race for the first time in 2001–02. The next edition was to take place between 2011 and 2012. Volvo has also had a long-standing commitment to the International Sailing Federation ISAF and is involved in the Volvo/ISAF World Youth Sailing Championships since 1997.
In 2011, Volvo Cars is the main sponsor of the winter sports and music festival Snowbombing in Austria.
In 2012, Volvo signed NBA star Jeremy Lin to an endorsement agreement for two years to participate in Volvos corporate and marketing activities as a "brand ambassador" for Volvo Car Corp.
In 2015, Volvo signed a deal with Chennaiyin FC, a football franchise team of the Indian Super League as a side shirt sponsor.

10. Volvo trademark lawsuit
In 1990, Volvo Cars filed a lawsuit against Hong Kong-based Club Volvo night club for infringement in Hong Kong High Court. The lawsuit ended with settlement where the night club paid 1 dollar to Volvo Cars. Since then, Club Volvo had been renamed to Club Borubo the Japanese pronunciation of "Volvo", and then Club Bboss reference to Big Boss.

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Volvo YCC

The Volvo YCC was a concept car made by Volvo Cars presented at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show, with the stated goal of meeting the particular needs of female dr...

Volvo L3314

The Volvo Laplander L3314 is a range of military vehicles produced by Volvo. In the early 1950s Volvo received an order to develop a new utility vehicle for ...