Volvo SUV range set to grow with flagship XC100 and entry-level sub-XC40 on the radar. Our exclusive images preview how they could look
Volvo is looking to expand its range of SUVs to include a smaller model, below the XC40, and a larger flagship that would sit above the XC90 at the top of the line-up.
The Swedish marque posted record sales volumes of more than 340,000 vehicles during the first half of 2019, helped by the addition of its smallest current SUV, the XC40. This was despite profits taking a slight hit due to tariffs and tighter margins in declining markets.
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Now Volvo boss Håkan Samuelsson has admitted that the firm may consider adding further types of car to its line-up. He told Auto Express: “Our strategy has been growth, but not through adding pure volumes. We have been going in hard and being better in segments where we have a really strong offering. That is the basic assumption. And now we also have the production capacity to grow this company.
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