This year, the affordable Indian luxury car market has seen a lot of products and will continue to do so, with the Volvo V40 Cross Country being one of them. Audi introduced the Q3 in a base petrol trim while BMW refreshed the X1 crossover. Mercedes is days away from launching the A Class hatchback, [...]
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Volvo inform us that, tomorrow, May 17, they’ll be debuting a world premiere. Along with that information comes along two teaser videos which are as mysterious as what the new car could be. Yes, that’s the first thing cleared up. Volvo is definitely premiering a new car and not a truck. From the general tone of the teaser videos, we can ascertain it’s a car. And also, Volvo CARS US...
The Volvo Engine Architecture (VEA) is the name given to the Swedish automaker’s new family of highly efficient four cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The new four cylinder petrol and diesel engines will be made at Skovde plant in a flexible assembly line The VEA which was developed in-house would eventually phase out Volvo’s current range of eight engine...
Volkswagen unveiled the seventh generation of the Golf hatchback at the 2012 Paris Motor Show in a mega ceremony. The hatchback has not only struck a chord with the masses but also with the competition.
Nissan is developing a Golf rival due in 2014. All-new Renault Megane is ready to be unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor show. Ford has completely revamped the Focus line-up with new EcoBoost engines.
The Volvo S60 Polestar was initially showcased as a concept and then was announced for the Australian market however as limited edition model.
The Germans are charging with all their might to become the world’s best car companies in the luxury segment. They have bottomless pockets so they can afford to develop all-new products in a very short span of time.
However things are not so rosy for other luxury players such as Jaguar and Volvo.
The Swedish carmaker Volvo wants to develop an all-new hybrid supermini. However, it needs a partner to share the development cost.
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The Swedish automaker Volvo has come up with a solution that is claimed to improve fuel efficiency up to 25%.