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Volvo will expand output of its XC40 in Belgium and start production of the compact SUV in China next year. The automaker also said it will widen its compact family with a range of new models to replace the current V40.
Volvo will not offer a diesel in its new S60 sedan, which will debut later this spring. The move comes as Volvo accelerates its shift away from diesels, which accounted for nearly 80 percent of its sales in Europe last year.
Former BMW chief designer Chris Bangle has strong feelings about the future of car design. He believes companies should be doing more to stand out from their rivals.
Seventeen young and talented automotive executives have been named as Rising Stars within the automotive industry by Automotive News Europe.
Volvo is expanding its in-car package delivery delivery service that operates in three European countries to the U.S. after partnering with Amazon.
Since Chris Bangle's re-emergence in the auto industry at the Frankfurt show last fall, he has been sought after for opinion, if only because his views on the state of car design are so entertaining.
New ZF CEO Wolf-Henning Scheider says plug-in hybrid will be a "great technology for the next 10 to 20 years."
Nissan is counting on its sleeker, more technologically advanced, longer-range Leaf electric car to lure new buyers in key European markets.
Israel is establishing itself as a major automotive player because of a willingness to continually challenge ideas, a top executive said.
Lexus expects Europe to be the top sales market for its new UX, which was benchmarked against top-selling compact SUVs and hatchback from BMW, Mercedes and Audi.
Lexus designed its first subcompact crossover to look like an SUV but tuned it to drive like a hatchback.
The pride that Europe's automakers have for their homelands was on display this week at the Geneva auto show, but it appeared in very inconspicuous places.
Volvo's entry SUV, the XC40 that starts at 31,350 euros in Germany, did something that no Volvo has done in the last 55 years: It brought the European Car of the Year title to Gothenburg.
Two of Europe's newest brands – Volvo's Polestar and Seat's Cupra – are using the 'perfect setting' of this year's Geneva auto show to introduce their high-performance products to the public.
Volvo will accelerate its shift toward electrified models by offering its new V60 with two plug-in hybrid powertrains.
Nissan will join the Formula E racing series this year and the automaker's European EV boss, Gareth Dunsmore, sees this as a great opportunity to present the second-generation Leaf to a new group of potential customers, as...
Volvo is counting on its first model in the fast-growing premium compact SUV segment to break a lot of new ground for the automaker while it simultaneously wins customers from rivals such as the BMW X1 and Audi Q3.
Volvo expects an expanded SUV lineup to help the automaker continue its growth steak this year after it reported record vehicle sales and operating profit in 2017.
Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath made the rare transition of from design boss to chief executive of his own brand. With it comes the challenge of embracing change.
Polestar, Volvo's stand-alone brand for high-performance electrified models, is mulling whether to increase production for its debut model, the 600-hp Polestar 1.
Magna's chief technical officer says the supplier's strategy will make sure that products remain viable whether global vehicle electrification is 5 percent or 25 percent.
Magna Chief Technology Officer Swamy Kotagiri detailed how the supplier is preparing for electric and autonomous cars and shared his thoughts on what Silicon Valley companies are learning as they become more involved in the...
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