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  • Rare Volvo convertible turns 60: the Volvo Sport

    On 2 June 1954 a beautiful two-seater roadster, and the company's first sports car - the Volvo Sport - made its debut. But this little Volvo was not destined for greatness and in the end only 67 of these roadsters rolled off the production line. Or was it 68?
    • All-new Volvo XC90 to transform the in-car driving experience

      The designers and engineers behind Volvo's all-new XC90, which will be revealed later this year, have completely re-conceived the way drivers operate their cars by dispensing with the normal array of buttons and replacing them with a large tablet-like touch screen, a head-up display and thumb controls on the steering wheel.
      • All-New Volvo XC90 - first official glimpse

        One of the most anticipated car launches - Volvo's all-new XC90 - begins today.

        Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) has created a unique launch programme that will gradually unveil the all-new Volvo XC90 from the inside out. Starting today, Volvo will systematically disclose the many new interior features of the car through images, films and information that will be shared across all media platforms. Over the next few months Volvo's inside-out launch approach will methodically reveal all the detail on the vehicle and will culminate in the full global reveal of the all-new Volvo XC90 in August this year, finally showing off the stunning exterior.

        This is a completely new launch approach that allows Volvo to share all the detail, technology and pure Swedish craftsmanship - details that often get lost in the bigger picture of an all-new car reveal - in the run-up to the official launch of the all-new Volvo XC90. A series of reveal events kicks off after August and into 2015 when the all-new Volvo XC90 goes into production.

        • Drive Me - Volvo Car Group's first self-driving cars tested on public roads in Gothenburg

          Volvo Car Group's groundbreaking project 'Drive Me' - featuring 100 self-driving Volvos on public roads in everyday driving conditions - is moving forward rapidly. The first test cars are already rolling around the Swedish city of Gothenburg and the sophisticated Autopilot technology is performing well.
          • Volvo Car Torslanda celebrates the past 50 years by looking ahead

            As Volvo Car Torslanda celebrates its 50th anniversary on April 24, the plant is in the midst of its biggest renewal process ever.

            The celebration of 50 years of production at Volvo Car Torslanda is being combined with the inauguration of a new body plant. The new bodybuilding facility is part of the investment in SPA (Scalable Product Architecture), which forms the basis for scalable and flexible development and production of forthcoming models.

            • Volvo Car SA announces top Dealers for 2013

              Volvo Car South Africa (VCSA) paid tribute to its dealer network at the 2013 Volvo Dealer of the Year (DOTY) at a luxurious awards event last week. The event took place at a Private Nature Reserve in the famed Boekenhoutskloof area – the perfect backdrop for this exclusive event.
              • Volvo unveils the revolutionary Inflatable Child Seat Concept and explores the future of child protection

                Children's car seats are historically bulky, hard to move and tedious to install. This is why Volvo Cars has designed a lightweight and inflatable rearward-faced child seat concept using groundbreaking technology. The seat is safe, easy to pack and carry and will enable parents to use it in many situations not practical with the seats on the market today.
                • Volvo Car Group celebrates 50 years of dedication to child safety

                   Volvo Car Group's (Volvo Cars) dedication to protecting the smallest and most vulnerable car occupants celebrates its 50-year anniversary in 2014. Volvo's ground-breaking child safety work started when the company developed the world's first rear-facing child seat prototype in a PV544 in 1964 - and the latest innovation is an Inflatable Child Seat Concept that is easily tucked away in a small bag when not in use.
                  • Volvo Cars conducts research into driver sensors in order to create cars that get to know their drivers

                    Through systems that can recognise and distinguish whether a driver is tired or inattentive, the car of the future can become even safer. Examples of this include technology that detects closed eyes or what the driver is looking at.
                    • Volvo Cars’ third concept car completes the hat-trick

                      Volvo Cars has won a coveted ‘hat-trick’ of awards after the new Volvo Concept Estate was named ‘Car of the Show’ by several international media.
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