Articles about Volvo

The carmaker has opened its new Volvo Retail Space in preparation
Volvo Philippines is now expanding its reach south of the metro with the newly opened Volvo Retail Space in Alabang. The new facility has the same elements of showroom and after-sales operations needed to cater to Volvo customers in the area.
More potential solutions to range anxiety
Volvo is testing a new wireless charging technology it hopes to bring to its future range of electric cars.A fleet of electric Volvo XC40s will take part in the three-year test in Sweden, run as taxis, and charged using stations
Could more brands follow?
Russian motorsport fans aren't the only ones going to be left disappointed following international backlash to the country's invasion of Ukraine. Domestic car buyers who were hoping to buy a Volvo are now affected, too.In a statement sent to
Would you like to see other car brands making the same moves?
In-car features have come a long way throughout the years, especially in the entertainment department. What used to be 1DIN and 2DIN head units fitted in brand-new cars have now become large infotainment displays that allow drivers to use a
A step toward achieving sustainable mobility
Volvo is taking a big step toward electrification today, as Volvo Buses has just launched the new B7L Electric platform."We are committed to leading the transformation of our industry toward a more sustainable future," said Volvo Buses president Anna Westerberg. "With
The brand is making a stand against animal cruelty
The use of leather in car interiors has been synonymous with premium quality for as long as we can remember. Volvo, though, isn't going to let the norm stop it from making a stand against animal cruelty.The Swedish carmaker has
Do you like the new look?
In case you haven't seen it yet, Volvo just unveiled a new logo. There were no press releases, no big announcements-nada. The brand just quietly updated its profile pictures on various social media platforms.Thanks to the people of the
Volvo’s headquarters in Makati is now a certified safe spot for customers
Safety is something Volvo is known for around the world. But here in the Philippines, safe cars aren't the only things the Swedish carmaker has in its portfolio-it now also provides certified safe spaces for its clientele.Volvo Philippines has
Going electric has made it a deftly handling crossover
Here comes Volvo's first fully-electric offering, a car whose full name is too long to fit on its attractively undulating tailgate. The XC40 Recharge P8, priced from a hearty £49,950 (P3.33 million), is tasked with persuading still-wavering
Because our furry friends deserve to travel in comfort, too
So far as we know, Tesla is the only car company to offer a 'dog mode.' Turns out this doesn't set the car to chase its own tail and sniff other car's exhaust pipes, but instead merely keeps the in-
Starting with the next-gen XC90
Volvo and Nvidia have just revealed the next step in their collaboration. The Swedish carmaker will soon use Nvidia's DRIVE Orin system-on-a-chip (SoC) technology to power its next-generation autonomous cars.The Nvidia DRIVE Orin is an AI-
The strategic alliance is now officially operational
Back in December 2019, prominent truck manufacturers Isuzu and Volvo confirmed they will be forming a strategic alliance that will result in the joint development of heavy-duty vehicles. Now, the two companies have made some big steps toward the next phase
And you can only buy it online
Hot on the heels of Ford and Jaguar, Volvo has promised to go all-electric by 2030. And here we have the first of "several electric models" it's planning to launch in the next few years as it works toward that
The brand is also shifting its focus to online sales
Loyal Volvo customers might have some adjusting to do if they plan on sticking with the brand in the future.The Swedish car manufacturer has announced that it is fully transitioning into an electric car manufacturer, and that all its offerings will
Beyond its safety innovations, the brand has a fun side, too
Volvo started building cars in 1927-company founders Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson saw that foreign cars weren't able to cope with the snowy climes of their native Sweden, and wanted to build something safe enough to stay on the road.
What would you like to see these two industry giants come up with?
About this time last year, talks about Geely and Volvo's merger surfaced in cyberspace. It would result in the creation of a new entity consisting of the two industry giants, similar to how Stellantis was formed. Unfortunately, it appears that the
30kph crashes are more dangerous than they seem
We know the Land Transportation Office's (LTO) initial implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act hasn't exactly been smooth sailing, so we understand the resistance to its new requirements, especially with regard to some items in the implementing
It’s a matter of life and death
All right, ignore the lackluster implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act and look at the bigger picture for a moment: Kids really should be sitting in child seats when riding in cars. It's just, simply put, safer.You
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