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Originally a Swedish owned automobile manufacturer, Ford Motors bought Volvo Car Company in 2000. With lagging sales and in trying to deal with the much more pressing matters of the U.S. recession, Ford sold Volvo to the Chinese holding company of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co, Ltd. in 2010. With offices and design centers around the world and assembly plants in Malaysia and California, the Volvo Car Company is looking to regain its reputation as a car company centered on its customer.

In 2015, Volvo Car Company sold a total of 503,127 cars. This was the first time in Volvo’s history that more than half a million cars were sold. With a global market share of only 2 percent, Volvo is considered a small car producer. According to MarketWatch, car sales in China made up the largest market (16 percent) of the total sales volume in 2014, followed by Sweden (14 percent) and the U.S. (14 percent), with other European countries bringing in single digits of the market share.



Lex Kerssemakers has been named new Senior Vice President, The Americas Region and President and CEO of Volvo Cars of North America. Volvo is hoping that this leadership change will give it the shot in the arm it needs to excel. In 2014, Volvo’s U.S. Market share was a dismal .3 percent, selling only 56,000 vehicles. Kerssemakers plan is very simple; bring car sales back to at least 100,000 cars per year. When that goal should be realized hasn’t been published. What is very clear is that Kerssemakers and Zhejiang Geely are very determined to bring Volvo back from utter death.

Since Zhejiang Geely bought Volvo from Ford in 2010 they have invested $11billion dollars into manufacturing a new line of automobiles. At first glance, the new vehicles do not look much different than the older versions previously designed and built by Ford. Yet, there are some undeniable differences not easily seen by buyers. These differences will greatly affect the bottom line of the company and give it the ability to increase market share.

Better Proportioned and Better Materials

The redesigned XC90 may look like its predecessor, but once inside buyers will notice a better proportioned interior with increased attention to the interior materials.

Significant Cuts in Cost

Since the XC90 will share major components with eight other new Volvo models coming out by 2019, significant advantages will be seen in parts cost and speed of the manufacturing process.

Advanced Safety Features

Volvo is expecting to regain market share by returning to its emphasis in automobile safety.  The plan to increase safety to its former glory years includes two new systems: an active cruise control that accelerates and brakes automatically in traffic to avoid collisions, and a system that prevents drivers from accidentally turning into oncoming traffic.


Volvo is expected to roll out several models, in addition to the redesigned XC90, in 2015. These include the V60 Cross Country Wagon and the S60, a long-wheelbase sedan it unveiled at the Detroit auto show.

In an historic announcement, Volvo showed the world and the U.S. automobile market that it was well on its way to meeting their goals. This year, for the first ever, a Chinese manufactured car will be sold in the United States. The Volvo S60 Inscription, a luxury-minded version of Volvo’s top-selling sedan, is expected to land on U.S soil by mid-year.


Volvo is well known for manufacturing a range of vehicles, including trucks, buses, and cars. Even within the category of cars, Volvo has a broad selection: They have a range of SUVs, Cross Country Wagons, and Sedans. For car owners who will be driving over many types of terrain in varying conditions, a cross-country vehicle may be the best choice. Volvo’s cross-country cars have some amazing features for adventurous drivers, while still providing a luxurious driving experience. In combining the sports car aesthetic with powerful cross country wagon models, Volvo has created some great vehicles. Here is Volvo’s 2016 cross-country lineup:

1. The XC70

The XC70 starts at $37,100 MSRP, averages 31 mpg on the highway, and has 72.1 feet of cubic cargo space. This is one of the cheaper options in the lineup, giving good performance at a more affordable price. Driving the XC70 is a comfortable experience; it boasts larger seats, a heated steering wheel, and more legroom. The cheapest Drive-E engine option comes with front-wheel drive, but for an extra $1,500 you can upgrade to all-wheel drive with the T5-AWD engine. One standout feature of this vehicle is its hill descent control. When the descent control button is pushed, the car will automatically begin to descend down the hill safely, using the brake system to control the rotating speed of each wheel. This feature protects drivers in dangerous descent conditions.


2. The S60 (Cross Country)

The S60 features a more sporty style, starting at $43,700 MSRP. Integrated tailpipes, sports seats, and a roomy interior are some of the highlights of this vehicle. It comes with an all-wheel drive, averaging 28 mpg on the highway and 20 mpg during city driving. One of its unique features is its 7.9 inch ground clearance, giving you plenty of room to safely drive over rough terrain. This clearance is provided by the car’s special cross country high profile wheels. The S60 is a great vehicle for anyone who wants luxury of a sports car combined with the power of a cross country vehicle. Accessories can also be purchased along with the car, such as a rear-end camera system. This car is not to be confused with the standard S60 which does not come with cross country features.

3. The V60 (Cross Country)

The V60 isn’t cheap, with a starting MSRP of $41,200. For this higher price, the owner of this vehicle gets some of the best features from all the cars in this lineup. Haldex all wheel drive, high ground clearance, and Hill Descent Control are all features of the V60. Another bonus is its speed sensitive steering. This feature automatically changes the steering sensitivity of the vehicle based on its current speed. On the highway the steering will be firm, while it will be light and effortless on city streets. The This V60 is the most expensive car in the lineup, but there is a less costly standard edition also available.


4. The V60 (Standard)

This is the less expensive sibling of the cross country V60, with its MSRP starting at $36,150. This vehicle is still considered a cross country car, but it puts more of its design focus on convenience and comfort. This car is one of the more economical choices, getting 37 miles per gallon on the highway. It also features the state-of-the-art Intellisafe system. This system includes some truly amazing technological improvements, such as automatic braking to avoid pedestrian collisions and automatic course adjustments which prevent you from drifting out of your lane. With these new developments from Volvo, your safety on the road is assured.


Well recognise nowadays for its vehicle-oriented empire (which ranges from marine engines to cars, from buses to gigantic construction machinery), Volvo only started making a profit because of its trucks.

If the world wasn’t yet keen on private passenger cars there was still a lot of work to be done that the trucks could help with. Thus, our story begins.

Now, it would be an awfully long story if we were to review all the trucks (and there has been more than plenty for a full book – the Group does have six truck brands: Volvo, UD, Renault Trucks, Mack, Eicher and Dongfeng Trucks; they branch out around the world, meaning that Volvo trucks ARE everywhere) so how about we stick to the game changers? Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you my top 5 Volvo trucks throughout the time!


5. The Series 1 and 2

No, they are not on the list because they were the first (though that alone should be considered an amazing feat). They are here because when they were sold, in the mid-1920s, they presented customers with noveltiesaimed at the driver’s comfort, such as pneumatic tyres and a fully enclosed cab. Although not very powerful – as it had only four-cylinder petrol engine – it was a tremendous success, selling out in months.

4. The TVA and TVB

The yearwas 1937 and the threat of war loomed close to home at Volvo. The company decided to design an all-terrain heavy-duty truck that could be used to defend the country. The end result was something completely different from all the trucks made so far. When launched, the powerful 6×4 was promoted for towing artillery and anti-aircraft guns, since it also featured strong tyres and an off-road tread. The TVB, an improvement on TVA, was chosen to serve the Swedish Armed Forces.


3. The Titan

It is said to be the most famous of Volvo trucks, introduced in 1951 for long distance hauls. Although its design didn’t present any novelties, it was under its bonnet that grasped the world’s attention. The Titan was the first truck in the world to have a turbocharger engine – used in ships, aircraft engines and locomotive engines, the engineering team at Volvo managed to insert a smaller turbocharger in the truck, resulting in this powerful vehicle.

2. The Globetrotter

A luxury truck? Why not? The Globetrotter was designed in the 1970s having in mind the drivers crossing the Iron Curtain – you do remember that those drivers couldn’t carry much western currency, don’t you? Anyway, what Volvo came up with was a cab not only enormous in interior space but also equipped with refrigerators, water tanks, sinks, etc., providing the driver with some comfort during his journey. As it turns out, everyone likes being comfortable and the Globetrotter became a hit.


1. The FE Hybrid

The era of environmental-friendliness is upon us, and nothing suits the moment more perfectly than the FE Hybrid. It’s obvious its concept stems from current major issues: first of all, it was thought to have minimal environmental impact (such as noise pollution and exhaustion emissions) and lower fuel consumption (and, consequently, lower CO emission). Being a hybrid means it operates on both electricity and diesel – and since we want to keep our carbon footprints as small as possible, the FE was intendedfor local transportations (but Volvo doesn’t discard the idea of longer journeys).

I’ll confess it was hard choosing only five of all trucks ever manufactured by Volvo. What about your list? What is your top five? Comment bellow!