A waitress stands next to a Volvo S90 displayed at a panel discussion about self-driving cars at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on April 7th Photograph: Reuters

Volvo is aiming to put up to 100 self-driving cars on the roads in China in the hope that testing them on the country’s notoriously congested, hazardo(...)

Volvo says the time has come for electrified cars to cease being a niche technology and enter the mainstream

Volvo already has two plug-in hybrid cars in its line-up, the XC90 T8 and the V60 diesel D6 hybrids, but the Swedish car-maker wants to expand that(...)

Some 80 per cent of Volvo customes shop online, according to research from the company which also suggest many will do the same for cars in the future

Volvo has said it will start selling vehicles online as it rolls out new models to compete with German luxury rivals such as BMW. The Swedish carmaker(...)

Volvo desperately needed a new XC90 to compete in the SUV segment, given that the outgoing model was first launched in 2003.

When Chinese group Geely bought Volvo from Ford for $1.8 billion in 2010, you have to wonder if they realised quite the level of investment that was g(...)

Volvo benefited from a 6 per cent rise in global sales in November, with demand in China and, somewhat surprisingly, Europe offsetting continued losse(...)

OUR VERDICT Brilliant new diesel engine seriously lifts the V60’s game and will have the BMW 3 Series looking to its laurels

The introduction of a new range of four-cylinder engines may not sound like the most earth-shattering event, but for Volvo it really is the beginning (...)

China has introduced tough new vehicle warranty laws which will allow consumers to get free repairs of faults or replacement of defective vehicles, a (...)

At the last Frankfurt motor show in 2011, the big story was not the cars, but the euro zone crisis and specifically how the continent’s car companies (...)

A Nokia Lumia 620 Windows smartphone sits on display inside an O2 store in Manchester. Photograph: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

Finnish national pride was dented last week with the acquisition of Nokia’s phone business by Microsoft. Nokia was a key player in the development of (...)

Volvo Cars Ireland’s accounts show  turnover in 2012 comprised €22.3 million in car sales and €3.6 million from parts.

Volvo Cars Ireland has reported a 20 per cent fall in pretax profit for 2012, after new car sales for the brand fell from 1,213 in 2011 to 1,062 last (...)