Chinese Volvo landed in Europe

Chinese Volvo landed in Europe

The links between Volvo and China have tightened lately as the Swedish manufacturer announced at the end of 2016 that production of the large S90 would be transferred from Sweden to China. The S90 will now be only Chinese imports, and the first models for export will just land in Europe.

This is an image that probably would have been unlikely a decade ago but is now a reality. Since its takeover in 2010 by the Chinese Geely, Volvo has continued to grow in sales while improving its image a little old fashioned, and the other particular fact of this Chinese era is the strengthening of ties with the Middle Kingdom.

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This is an image that probably would have been unlikely a decade ago but is now a reality. Since its takeover in 2010 by the Chinese Geely, Volvo has continued to grow in sales while improving its image a little old fashioned, and the other particular fact of this Chinese era is the strengthening of ties with the Middle Kingdom.

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Volvo has already confirmed that other models will also be assembled in China and exported throughout Europe and the United States, especially in the "60" and "30" ranges. Recall that the production of the S90 to China is a transfer: it will no longer be produced in Sweden. A rather logical choice insofar as these cars have above all success in China. Producing locally was the best thing to do.

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