Where are Volvos manufactured?
Volvo Cars is a multinational company with plants located in China, Sweden, and the U.S.A. For most global markets, all Volvo cars are produced and assembled in Sweden. The plant in South Carolina currently produces the Volvo S60. The plant in Chengdu, China, is responsible for Asian market vehicles.
What is Volvo manufacturer?
Volvo Cars (Swedish: Volvo personvagnar; stylized as VOLVO) is a Swedish multinational manufacturer of luxury vehicles headquartered in Torslanda, Gothenburg. The company manufactures SUVs, station wagons, and sedans. The company’s main marketing arguments are safety and its Swedish heritage and design.
Which company owns Volvo?
Volvo Personvagnar Holding AB
Volvo Cars/Parent organizations
What do Volvo model numbers mean?
Model Nomenclature Generally, the first number represented the series number, the second number revealed the number of engine cylinders and the third number — used either externally or internally — denoted the number of doors.
Does VW own Volvo?
Volkswagen AG owns Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, and Volkswagen. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (ZGH) owns Lotus, Polestar, and Volvo.
Which Volvo is made in USA?
American factory On September 25, 2015, Volvo Cars broke ground on its first US plant in Ridgeville, Berkeley County, South Carolina. The plant is the production home of the all new S60 mid-size sedan, and it will produce the next generation XC90 sport utility vehicle around 2022.
Which Volvo model do I have?
The only way to know for sure what Model Year your Volvo is is to use the 10th digit in the Vehicle Identification Number. The 10th digit of your VIN (from left to right) is the Model Year of all 1981 and newer cars.
What is Volvo inscription?
The XC90 Inscription is an expression of modern Swedish luxury. Exterior design highlights include additional chrome trim, a front grille in matt silver, special alloy wheels and integrated tail pipes with a body-coloured rear bumper insert.