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  District of Columbia couple and California relatives meet their new XC60 T8's at the Volvo factory in Sweden.
  Grace & Cole and Deb & Doug, it was a pleasure helping you with your purchases and family reunion.
  So which family or friends will join you on a special Journey for Life with your new Volvo?

Volvo Factory Tour closed dates Summer of 2020

January 22, 2020 - This summer the Volvo Factory in Goteborg, Sweden is scheduled to be closed to customer tours from Thursday, July 16, 2020 through Tuesday, August 11, 2020.  The factory is scheduled to reopen for tours on Wednesday, August 12, 2020.

During this time Overseas Delivery cars will still be delivered to customers in Goteborg but there will not be any tours of the Volvo Factory.

Instead customers may explore the Volvo Cars Brand Experience Centre. At the Volvo Cars Brand Experience Centre visitors see, hear and learn about the long history of Volvo and its holistic commitment to safety and care for the environment around the world.



Volvo to give away $1 million in cars if a safety is scored during the big game

January 20, 2020 - The Big Game is just around the corner, and this year we're rooting for a safety.  To celebrate more than one million lives saved by Volvo safety innovations, Volvo Car USA has announced Volvo Safety Sunday, a pledge to give away $1 million in cars if a safety occurs during football’s biggest night on February 2, 2020.

For a chance to win, contestants must first visit VolvoSafetySunday.com where they’ll be prompted to design their own Volvo car and submit a unique configuration code as an entry between January 20, 2020 and just before kickoff on February 2, 2020. They can choose one of any Model Year 2020 Volvo models currently available in the U.S., in any trim and color.  After that, watch for a safety on game day, and should one occur, Volvo will award $1 million in cars to randomly selected entrants.

A safety is a relatively rare and unpredictable scoring play in football that occurs when an offensive team is tackled, loses or fumbles the ball, or commits a penalty in their own end zone. The result of the play is two points to the defensive team, who then receives the ball via a free kick.

Volvo believes safety is the ultimate game changer and you should be protected from rare or unexpected events. This approach has inspired numerous innovations and world first inventions, including the three-point safety belt in 1959. In the name of safety, Volvo opened the safety belt’s patent to all automakers – and the safety belt remains the single most important and influential safety technology in today’s cars. More information on Volvo’s safety heritage can be found here.

"From the invention of the three point-safety belt sixty years ago to other world firsts, safety is at the center of everything we do at Volvo," said Jim Nichols, Brand Communications, Volvo Car USA. "In football, a safety play can be a game changer. At Volvo, our safety innovations have changed the game for millions on the road."

For info on the Volvo Safety Sunday, including official rules, regulations and how to enter, visit VolvoSafetySunday.com - also, follow @VolvoCarUSA on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and watch for for the hashtag #VolvoSafety.


Volvo XC90 named a Car of the Decade by experts at Autotrader

January 15, 2020 - The Volvo XC9 has been named a Car of the Decade by experts at Autotrader, the most recognized third-party car listings brand. It is the only luxury SUV to make the independently chosen list.  According to Autotrader the XC90 is the perfect example of a modern vehicle primed for the future. It has a range of turbocharged, supercharged and electrified four-cylinder engines and offers good efficiency, a modern, minimalist interior, loads of connectivity and safety features, and unique Scandinavian elements like an available wool-blend interior. 

"The Volvo XC90 is one of the best cars of the decade because it’s a spectacular luxury SUV that kicked off a long line of fresh new vehicles forever changing the course of the Volvo brand," said Brian Moody, executive editor for Autotrader. "The XC90 effectively elevates the entire brand to a true luxury position, it’s the full embodiment of all that Volvo can do right. The XC90 is a perfect example of how design restraint actually adds to the allure of a given vehicle. Both inside and out, the Volvo XC90 is tasteful and luxurious. Add to this a suite of advanced driver assist technologies and the Volvo XC90 becomes a compelling plot point in a long running story of Scandinavian style, engineering and fun that has become the Volvo of today and tomorrow."

"The XC90 was named 2016 North American Utility of the Year and 2016 Motor Trend SUV of the Year, on top of more than 100 other awards from around the world,” said Anders Gustafsson, President and CEO of Volvo Car USA. "For our best-selling vehicle to now be named an Autotrader Car of the Decade is just incredible, not just for us but for all our customers who chose to drive an XC90 instead of so many others on the market."


New travel agency for Volvo Overseas Delivery

January 3, 2020 - Volvo has partnered with a new company that will be booking travel for Overseas Delivery customers.  AdTrav Travel Management is now responsible for all customer travel arrangements effective January 1, 2020.  They can be reached via email at volvo.travel@adtrav.com or by phone at 833.710.0842.


Volvo wagon holds its value better than any other car in its class

November 20, 2019 - The 2020 Volvo V90 wagon holds its value better than any other car in its class, according to ALG, an industry authority on automotive residual value projections, making this the second year in a row the V90 has won the ALG Residual Value Award in the Premium Full Size Segment.

Presented annually, ALG Residual Value Awards recognize cars predicted to hold the highest percentage of their value after a three-year period. Vehicles are categorized into 27 segments.  Evaluated parameters include used vehicle performance, brand outlook and competitiveness. Only 2020 model year cars were eligible for this year’s awards.

"We are incredibly proud that the V90 has received a Residual Value Award for the second year in a row," said Anders Gustafsson, CEO Volvo Car USA. "A car purchase is one of the biggest investments a consumer makes, and this recognition gives our V90 customers confidence that they’ve made a smart decision that will retain its value for years to come."


Volvo reminds riders to buckle up on the first ever National Seat Belt Day

November 14, 2019 - Four out of five adults say they don’t always use a seat belt when taking short trips or when in a taxi or rideshare vehicle – that’s according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Together, Volvo, Uber, and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), want to change that by declaring November 14 National Seat Belt Day.

With a shared mission of encouraging people to always use a seatbelt, this day will serve as a yearly reminder of the importance of in-vehicle safety regardless of whether one is a driver or passenger.

"The safety belt is still among the most important safety features in the car today," said, Jim Nichols, Product and Technology Communications Manager, Volvo Car USA. "We are proud that the three-point safety belt has endured over the years and is now featured in every vehicle sold."

Launched by Volvo in 1959, the three-point safety belt also celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, making National Seat Belt Day particularly special and timely. Estimated to have saved more than one million lives since its introduction, the safety belt is considered one of the most important safety features ever invented. However, its effectiveness is only as good as its use - on National Seat Belt Day - Volvo and Uber ask that you remind everyone you know to buckle up. 

Safety has been at the core of the Volvo brand since its introduction in 1927. Our founders, Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson said, "Cars are driven by people. The guiding principle behind everything we make at Volvo, therefore, is and must remain, safety" and we are guided by that mission every day.


Winter Travel Offer

November 12, 2019 - The 2019 - 2020 Volvo Overseas Delivery Tourist program Winter Travel Offer is now available.  Customers can choose one of three destination cities in Europe in conjunction with a Volvo Overseas Delivery purchase.

The offer includes:

+ Choose your destination city from:

   Lisbon, Portugal

   London, England

   Madrid, Spain

+ Airfare for two (2) to the destination city.

+ Three (3) nights hotel accommodations.

+ Transportation to and from the hotel.

+ Return airfare back to the US

Price: $895 for two (2) people.

Love Lisbon, London, or Madrid?

What souvenirs will you bring home with you from your vacation?

Will you visit Portugal, England or Spain
when you travel to Sweden for your new Volvo?

Please Note: The Winter Travel Offer must be purchased at the time of your travel booking.  The offer is good for Volvo Overseas Delivery travel dates up to March 31, 2020.


S60 Overseas Experience Offer

November 12, 2019 - Volvo Overseas Delivery is excited to announce a unique offer for those considering a new S60. 

Even though the 2020 S60 is built in America at the new Volvo factory in South Carolina - with the S60 Overseas Experience Offer - S60 customers can now get a Factory Delivery Experience just as Overseas Delivery customers receive when buying other Volvo models assembled in Europe.

The S60 Overseas Experience Offer includes:

+ Ordering a 2020 S60 with special Overseas Delivery savings

+ Roundtrip airfare to Sweden for two in Economy Plus on Scandinavian Airlines

+ Three nights stay at the Hotel Post in the city center of Goteborg

+ Tour of the Volvo factory and or Volvo Brand Experience Center

+ Lunch at the Factory Delivery Center 

+ Transportation provided between Goteborg Airport, Hotel Post and the Factory Delivery Center

Please note:  The S60 will be not be shipped to Goteborg, it will be shipped to a US Volvo dealer.

Send an email to order your new 2020 Volvo S60 sedan with the S60 Overseas Experience Offer.


Your Car is Our Creation

November 1, 2019 - When you choose to create your very own new car with the Volvo Overseas Delivery program, you can be sure you’re getting a machine crafted with meticulous expertise and completed with hand finished detail. 


Watch a video of the assembly of new cars at the Volvo factory.


Volvo Cars Moment and reveal of electric XC40

October 11, 2019 - Volvo Cars invites you take part of the reveal of its first fully electric car; the new electric XC40 on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.    

For the second time this year Volvo will take a moment to focus on a topic of great importance to the organization. Following up on the Safety Moment earlier this year, the Swedish car company will present its strategic direction towards a more sustainable future during the event.  

View the press conference online via this link.



Volvo Photo Locations

September 25, 2019 - Taking photos of your new Volvo at the factory and when you are on traveling on vacation in Europe is very popular for Volvo Overseas Delivery customers.  Here is a link to Volvo Photo Locations a website created by Guido Fijen with numerous photos of a variety of new and classic Volvo cars at scenic locations throughout Sweden and Europe.

Over the past 90 years, Volvo Cars has used many common and other unique locations in Sweden for their photography. These pictures were often made near the factory in Goteborg, but sometimes in other areas of Sweden such as Vastra Gotaland, Skane or Stockholm.

When Guido Fijen started visiting Sweden in 2002, he began to recognize many places. Especially after he moved from Amsterdam to Stockholm in 2008, more and more places looked familiar. Inspired by the Volvo Factory Tour 2012, organized by the Dutch Volvo Forum, Guido started to investigate and document the locations he found and created web pages with photography and information on the place.

This has resulted in a list of over 300 locations in Sweden and another 350 locations worldwide.  For every location, the Volvo photo is placed above a photo of the location. Google Maps was used in most situations to identify the exact location. Sometimes other online sources were utilized to detail the locale as they are currently. With each location there are descriptions of where it is and what is special about this place. Together with detailed maps (TIP: click on the map image to open the location in Google Maps in a new window) and links you can investigate and learn more.

Pictured is a photo of Molly's 2016 Volvo XC70 near a church in Sweden a few years ago.  Explore Volvo Photo Locations and you might discover the perfect site to take a photo of your new Volvo while you are on vacation in Europe. 


The fully electric Volvo XC40

September 25, 2019 - The advance of electric cars entails some of the biggest changes in the history of the automobile. For the first time in over a century, cars move without a gas or diesel engine in the motor bay and have a battery in the floor, changing the vehicle at its core. 

With the introduction of the upcoming fully electric Volvo XC40 SUV next month, Volvo is not just launching its first fully electric car – in true Volvo tradition - it is also introducing one of the safest cars on the road.

"Regardless of what drives a car forward, be it an electric motor or combustion engine, a Volvo must be safe," says Malin Ekholm, head of safety at Volvo. "The fully electric XC40 will be one of the safest cars we have ever built."

Building on the excellent safety standards of the original XC40, Volvo engineers had to completely redesign and reinforce the frontal structure to deal with the absence of an engine, meet safety requirements and help keep occupants as safe as in any other Volvo.

"The fundamentals around safety are the same for this car as for any other Volvo. People are inside, and the car needs to be designed to be safe for them," says Malin Ekholm.

To help keep passengers safe and the battery intact in a collision, a unique safety structure for passengers and the battery in the XC40 was designed. The battery is protected by a safety cage of extruded aluminum creating a crumple zone.

The battery's placement in the floor of the car also has the benefit of lowering the center of gravity of the car, for better protection against roll-overs.

Meanwhile, the car’s body structure has been reinforced in the front and the rear. Here, the electric powertrain has been integrated in the body structure to realize a better distribution of collision forces away from the cabin.

In terms of active safety systems, the battery powered XC40 also introduces new technology. It is the first Volvo equipped with a new Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) platform with software developed by Zenuity.

The new ADAS platform is a modern, active safety system that consists of an array of radars, cameras and ultrasonic sensors. Because of its scalable nature it can be developed further and lays the foundation for the introduction of future autonomous drive technology.

Volvo will reveal more about the all electric XC40 in the coming weeks, before it's first public display on October 16, 2019.


Model Year 2020 Volvo brochures

September 23, 2019 - Digital brochures are available for the 2020 Volvo models.  To learn more about the 2020 Volvo vehicles go to the Cars page then click on the model that you are interested in to download and view a PDF brochure.


Volvo and Britax are teaming up for Child Passenger Safety Week

September 16, 2019 - A new survey from Volvo and The Harris Poll revealed that American parents believe the roads today have never been more dangerous for families. More than six in ten parents believe it is harder to keep children safe while driving than it was two years ago, while more than nine in ten believe too many people drive recklessly and endanger families on the road.

According to the new report, Volvo Reports: Child Safety in the Back Seat, parents are seeking new ways to protect their loved ones and overcome the anxiety felt from so many choices and conflicting information around child safety products. This year, for Child Passenger Safety Week (September 15 – 21), Volvo is working with Britax, a leader in child passenger safety technology, to help alleviate this burden and provide practical advice.

Volvo and Britax share an unparalleled commitment to innovation in child safety, as both are true pioneers in the category. In 1959 Volvo invented the single most important safety innovation in auto history, the three point safety belt, still the most critical safety system in today's cars. This was followed by several world’s firsts including testing the first child restraint prototype in 1964 and introducing the child safety booster cushion in 1978. In 1997, Britax paved the way in North America, when it introduced the first car seat with the combination of a 5 point harness, built-in lock-offs, energy managing foam and the Versa-tether. Britax recently announced the first all in one car seat featuring their ClickTight installation system.

"Keeping children safe on the road is an attainable goal," said Sarah Tilton, Child Passenger Safety Advocate at Britax Child Safety. "It starts with you as the caregiver. Pay attention to best practice safety guidelines and always follow your car seat user guides and vehicle owner's manuals.'

Pulling from their shared expertise, Volvo and Britax have curated a set of practical tips for parents to use on how to properly install a child seat or looking for best practices in the back seat. The tips can be found in a PDF file here.


V60 T8 Polestar Engineered wagon models Sold Out

September 10, 2019 - All of the production slots for the 2020 Volvo V60 T8 Polestar Engineered have been filled.  Those who have already ordered their 2020 V60 T8 Polestar Engineered wagon will fortunately be driving a very limited edition Volvo.  At this time the 2020 XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered SUV is still available for ordering.


Volvo is an honoree in Fast Company’s 2019 Innovation by Design Awards

September 9, 2019 - Volvo Cars was honored in Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Awards for 2019 in the Timeless Design category for its Equal Vehicles for All (E.V.A.) project.

Innovation by Design is the only competition to honor creative work at the intersection of design, business, and innovation.

The awards in the October 2019 issue of Fast Company recognizes people, teams, and companies solving problems through design. Fast Company honors a diverse group of 483 leaders in architecture, fashion, design, data visualization, social good, user experience, mobility, and more.


Unrestrained Pets Increase Stress and Distraction when Traveling on the Road

August 26, 2019 - A new study from Volvo and The Harris Poll revealed that allowing pets to be unrestrained while driving led to significantly more unsafe driving, more distraction and increased stress on both drivers and their four-legged friends. While pets are now essential members of the family, many pet owners aren’t keeping their safety in mind when driving with them. 'Volvo Reports: Keeping Pets Safe on the Road' is a unique study on how pet restraints affect the driving experience.

Volvo and The Harris Poll followed 15 drivers and their dogs for more than 30 hours on the road, to examine how driving with an unrestrained pet affected driving behavior vs. when an owner used restraints (pet belts, harnesses, crates, or carriers). With pets allowed to roam freely, it was found:

Unsafe driving behaviors more than doubled

- 649 instances while unrestrained vs. 274 while restrained

- Includes climbing on a driver’s lap or hanging their head out the window

Time drivers were distracted more than doubled

- 3 hours 39 minutes unrestrained vs. 1 hour 39 minutes restrained

- Includes dogs jumping from seat to seat or taking drivers’ eyes off the road

Stress on both drivers and dogs increased

- Heart rates were likely to increase for people and pets

- Unrestrained dogs measured a heart rate 7 beats per minute faster

Drivers felt calmer when dogs were buckled in, with heart rates dropping as much as 28 and 34 beats per minute
The study further illustrates the dangers to all passengers, human and canine, when drivers do not restrain their dogs. This is echoed by internationally renowned veterinarian Dr. Elisa Mazzaferro at Cornell University Veterinary Specialists.

“While pets roaming around the car can be cute and convenient, it poses serious risk for both drivers and their pets, both in terms of causing distractions and increasing the chances of serious injury in the event of an accident,” said Dr. Mazzaferro. “Unfortunately, in my field, we see the potential devastating consequences regularly, many of which can avoided by simply ensuring our animals are safely secured.”

Volvo is the leading auto manufacturer to develop safety accessories for pets that directly tie into the car's safety system. This integration is critical to ensuring all safety features work together to protect all occupants. These accessories include a Dog Harness, Load Compartment Divider, Dog Gate and Protective Steel Grille.


Volvo designed 3 point safety belt -  60 years of Saving Lives

August 15, 2019 - On August 13, 1959 the world's first car with standard three-point safety belts, a Volvo PV544, was delivered to the Volvo dealer in Kristianstad, Sweden. Over the next 60 years, the three-point safety belt has saved over one million lives around the world.

Pull out, stretch, click and pull taut. A simple movement of the hand and the belt is in place - at the same time as the risk of fatality or serious injury in a collision is cut by more than 50 percent.

To this day, the three-point safety belt remains the single most important safety feature in a motor vehicle.  It is the most widely used and most significant safety innovation in the history of the automobile.

It is the belt that links together man and car. It is the belt that restrains the car's occupants in an impact. At the same time, the occupants are held in place in the car and do not risk being thrown around inside the passenger compartment or hurled out of the vehicle in more complex accident scenarios.

There is a saying that the simplest is often the best. However, it was only towards the end of the 1950s that the car safety belt evolved into its current design, thanks to Volvo engineer Nils Bohlin.

There were other belt types before that. Back in the 1930s, US doctors were beginning to impose demands that cars should be equipped with safety belts.

The two-point lap belt was the most common solution at the time. There were different variants available. The problem was that they did not protect their users sufficiently effectively, especially not at high speeds.

Former aviation engineer Nils Bohlin (pictured on the right) - before moving to Volvo he worked on the development of aircraft catapult seats, among other things - understood early on the forces generated in a collision.

The belt must absorb force in the right area - across the pelvis and chest where the body is strongest. And it must be easy to use and adjust.

The most important properties of Nils Bohlin's design were that the system consisted of a lap belt and a diagonal body belt, that the belt straps were anchored at a low attachment point beside the seat, that the belt geometry formed a "V" shape with the point toward the floor, and that the belt stayed in position and did not move under load.

In the Nordic market, the Volvo PV544 and Amazon 120 were the first cars to feature this world first innovation. Volvo was the first car maker to equip its cars standard with three-point safety belts. The invention was patented with an open patent which granted free use of the design.

A giant step towards increased safety had now been taken, but the three-point safety belt still did not achieve an immediate breakthrough. It would take another few years before the vast majority of customers and the rest of the automobile industry realized the safety belt's effectiveness as a lifesaver.

In 1963, Volvo launched the three-point safety belt in the U.S. market. Ahead of the launch, Volvo conducted sled tests and crash tests with cars featuring various types of safety belts. The results were crystal clear: Volvo's three-point belt gave by far the best protection to the car's occupants.

In 1967, Volvo presented a ground-breaking "Accident Report" at an American traffic safety conference. The report was based on data from collisions involving Volvo cars in Sweden over one year.  The results were crystal clear - and the world finally began taking notice. The report showed that safety belts saved lives and reduced injuries by about 50-60 percent.

Today the three-point safety belt is fitted to cars around the globe. Volvo introduced this feature as standard in both front and rear seats in 1967.

The modern safety belt is the cornerstone of the car's interior safety system, working alongside additional features such as airbags, belt pre-tensioners and force limiters.

The belt positions itself correctly in an impact - the pre-tensioner tightens the strap across the torso. It then gives at exactly the right moment so that the body can be restrained as gently as possible. All within nano seconds.

It is difficult to give an exact figure for how many lives the safety belt has saved. There are no globally coordinated traffic safety statistics. However, it is estimated that more than a million people owe their lives to the safety belt, and it has saved many times that number of people from serious injury.  For an interesting perspective on these thoughts take a look at "Volvo’s Gift To The World, Modern Seat Belts Have Saved Millions Of Lives" an enlightening article by Douglas Bell.

The three-point safety belt has been saving lives for 60 years - and it will continue to do so.

Remember... Nils Bohlin's favorite message: ''Don't forget to buckle up.'' 

Everyone in the car...every time!



Swedish license plates

July 29, 2019 - The red Swedish license plates provided with an Overseas Delivery purchase are a unique souvenir of the trip to the factory in Sweden to receive your new Volvo. 

Swedish temporary (tourist) license plates have white text on a red background. They are used by the Swedish government as a temporary registration for both import and export vehicles. Just as with the standard Swedish license plates, they have three letters and three digits, but the expiration day and month are on the left and the expiration year is on the right.

After their Volvo arrives in America many Overseas Delivery customers keep the Swedish license plate underneath the rear U.S. license plate on their car.  This is a way of informing others that you flew to Sweden to receive your new Volvo.

Many have personalized U.S. plates with the Swedish plate mounted underneath as shown in the two photos below.

The big red Swedish Tourist plates have also been attached to posters promoting special events for the Volvo Overseas Delivery program. Below on the left is a Overseas Delivery 'Formula 1 Driving Experience' poster from fifteen years ago for buyers of S60 R sedans and V70 R wagons.  On the right is an Overseas Delivery '2013 - 2014 Winter Travel Offer' poster.

Often Volvo owners incorporate their Swedish plate into a creative collage that is displayed in their home.  These collections stimulate stories to share with children, grandchildren, family and friends of a special Scandinavian journey.

Some tourist plates are even mounted on other Swedish vehicles.  Such as this Husqvarna lawn and garden tractor...

So what will you do with the Swedish license plates from your new Volvo that you receive at the factory in Sweden?  


Volvo Car USA launches complimentary Tow for Life

June 4, 2019 - No matter what vintage Volvo you may drive, roadside towing is now available free of charge in America.  Volvo Car USA is expanding the suite of complementary services available to Volvo owners with “Tow for Life”. This service works alongside the recently launched Volvo Car Accident Advisor.

“Tow for Life ensures that in the event of a breakdown, help is on hand no matter the age of the vehicle,” said Scott Doering, Head of Customer Service for Volvo Car USA, “It’s a commitment to all our customers that cars will be taken to experts who use genuine Volvo parts and repair methods. This will get the customer back on the road faster and provide assurance that the repair was done right.”

Towing is included as part of roadside assistance under the car’s warranty period. There is no additional fee to use Tow for Life for post-warranty customers.  Customers can call for help through Volvo On-Call or via Volvo Customer Care at (800) 550-5658. Vehicle tows that are initiated through these channels will have their tow to a local Volvo retailer covered under the program.


Volvo and POC develop world-first car-bike helmet crash test

June 3, 2019 - Volvo is teaming up with top Swedish sports and safety brand POC for a series of world-first crash tests of bike helmets against cars as part of a groundbreaking new research project that aims to further protect cyclists.

The partnership is the latest example of Volvo leading in safety development and its ambition to improve road safety for all through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Accidents between bikes and vehicles can often lead to serious injury or death, which is why Volvo has a clear strategy to avoid these types of accidents completely with the help of active safety technologies.

Cyclist detection with full auto brake uses the car’s cameras and radars to detect cyclists, warn the driver of an imminent collision and apply the brakes if further action is needed. It is a development of Volvo automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection systems.

The research project consists of a number of specially designed crash tests at the Volvo safety facilities in Goteborg, Sweden.  It is part of a wider research project to understand the types of long-term injuries sustained by cyclists.

During these tests, POC bike helmets worn by crash dummy heads mounted on a testing rig are launched towards areas of the hood of a static Volvo car, at different speeds and angles for various measurements.

The tests are based on existing regulatory test procedures for pedestrian head protection. This allows Volvo and POC to make a direct comparison between wearing a helmet and not wearing a helmet.

Current bike helmet testing procedures are fairly basic, involving helmets being dropped from different heights on a flat or an angled surface, and do not take into account vehicle to bike accidents. The Volvo-POC project aims to further refine and advance such testing.

The results from the project will help POC make its helmets safer and more protective in the event of a car-bike accident, while the tests will also provide valuable insights for Volvo into these types of accidents.

“This project with POC is a good example of our pioneering spirit in safety,” said Malin Ekholm, head of the Volvo Cars Safety Centre. “We often develop new testing methods for challenging traffic scenarios. Our aim is not only to meet legal requirements or pass rating tests. Instead we go beyond ratings, using real traffic situations to develop technology that further improves safety.”

Watch a video about the Volvo and POC bike helmet test here.

New Volvo Car Accident Advisor

May 14, 2019 - Volvo drivers will now have help at their fingertips in the minutes following an auto accident, via their smartphones.  Volvo Car Accident Advisor is the first mobile, post-accident experience that serves up emergency services checklists, accident documentation, digital insurance claims and repairs to keep drivers safe and informed after a collision.

Volvo worked with CCC Information Services Inc., a leading provider to the automotive, insurance and collision-repair industries, to develop the service.

Accident Advisor will be available for model year 2015.5 and newer Volvo cars via the in-car SOS communications system. Volvo cars earlier than the 2015.5 model year can use the mobile service by calling Volvo Car Customer Care at (800) 550-5658 in the event of a non-injury accident. There is no cost for Volvo Car Accident Advisor.

“For years, Volvo has been immediately communicating with drivers and passengers as soon as a crash sensor is activated in the car to accelerate the emergency response process,” said Scott Doering, vice president of Customer Care, Volvo Car USA. “Now with Volvo Car Accident Advisor, the application can guide drivers on what to do next after the driver has confirmed to Volvo Customer Care that they are safe and without injury.”

After drivers contact Volvo Customer Care and confirm they are uninjured and do not need emergency services, a link can be sent to their phone for a web application that takes drivers through important steps following an accident.

Volvo Car Accident Advisor will prompt drivers to capture facts and photos of the accident scene, offer them the option to digitally notify their insurer and to search for collision repair shops, helping to speed claims handling, reduce repair time, and better manage the overall post-collision process.  

“We work hard with in-vehicle technology to eliminate or reduce the impact of crashes as much as possible,” said Doering. “In the event that an accident happens, we now have Volvo Car Accident Advisor that can walk Volvo owners through the entire process, from data gathering and insurance claim management all the way through collision repair. This program not only provides tremendous convenience, but will also help to ensure the car is repaired to Volvo’s stringent safety standards.”

To view a Volvo Car Accident Advisor video announcement click here.



Volvo Overseas Delivery Accessory Catalogs

May 3, 2019 - Overseas Delivery accessory catalogs for the 2020 Volvo Model Year are now available and can be seen at the Cars page.  Review the list for your car and pick accessories that you want included with your Overseas Delivery Volvo.


Swedish holidays Volvo Factory closed dates 2019 and early 2020

April 19, 2019 - The Volvo Factory in Goteborg, Sweden is closed on the dates listed below for Swedish holidays.  No cars will be delivered to customers on these days. In addition dropping off of cars for home shipment at the factory is also not available on these dates.

April 19, 2019 - Good Friday
April 22, 2019 - Easter Monday
May 1, 2019 - May Day
May 30, 2019 - Ascension Day
June 6, 2019 - National Day
June 22, 2019 - Midsummer Day
December 23 - 31, 2019 - Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve
January 1 - 6, 2020 - New Year's Day


Volvo earns a spot on 2019 Wards 10 Best Interiors list for all-new V60

April 19, 2019 - The all-new Volvo V60 wagon has been named one of the Wards 10 Best Interiors of 2019 by the editors at WardsAuto, a leading source of automotive intelligence. Each year, the Wards 10 Best Interiors list recognizes the industry’s top interior designs available. Wards’ editors look at every new or significantly redesigned interior with a focus on fit-and-finish, ergonomics, materials, comfort and aesthetics.

"In the Volvo V60 sport wagon, what’s old is new again as the Swedish brand expertly weaves an upholstered plaid interior that is visually stunning, environmentally friendly and uniquely European. But beyond the fabric, the V60 shines as the interior achieves a soothing sense of design harmony with soft-touch surfaces complemented by glistening hard trim. We felt this way three years ago about the larger XC90 when it made the Wards 10 Best Interiors list and ushered in Volvo’s new interior design language. We can’t wait to see the next interior homerun from Goteborg."

The V60, offered with a new city-weave textile interior, is the latest torchbearer in a long line of versatile Volvo cars. The V60 shares its Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) platform with the award-winning XC60 SUV (named 2018 North American Utility of the Year and 2018 World Car of the Year), S60 sedan, and the 90 Series cars - S90 sedan, V90 wagon, V90 Cross Country wagon and the XC90 SUV.



Model Year 2020 Overseas Delivery specifications and prices available

April 9, 2019 - Overseas Delivery specifications and prices for the 2020 Model Year have been released and are posted on the Cars page.  Unlike the last few years there is no Overseas Delivery provisional pricing at launch.  Orders for 2020 Volvo cars will begin with regular Overseas Delivery pricing.  With the 2020 Model Year the base price of the vehicle is less than MSRP and so are the packages and options.  This increases the savings of an Overseas Delivery purchase!  However the $995 destination charge for a regular U.S. Volvo purchase is now also applicable to 2020 Overseas Delivery cars.

At this time the only delivery location for Overseas Delivery is the Factory Delivery Center (FDC) in Goteborg, Sweden.  The other delivery locations in Europe previously offered are not available until further notice.  Also until further notice there is no longer a $50 Goteborg city congestion charge if you drive your new Volvo off the factory grounds in Goteborg.

It is expected that submission of 2020 Volvo Overseas Delivery orders will begin the week of April 15, 2019.  The 2020 Volvo S60 and S90 sedans are not available via Overseas Delivery.  The 2020 XC40 T4, XC40 T5, XC90 T6 six seat models, XC90 T8 six & seven seat models, and V60 / XC60 Polestar Engineered models will have limited availability.  Volvo is implementing a new order system for Overseas Delivery with the 2020 Model Year.  Because of this there may be delays in processing of orders.  Send an email to receive a worksheet and instructions on submitting your Overseas Delivery 2020 Volvo order.


Model Year 2020 Polestar Engineered versions of the V60 and XC60

April 3, 2019 - Volvo is adding 415 horsepower plug-in hybrid electric variants of its award-winning XC60 mid-sized SUV and all-new V60 mid-sized wagon to the 2020 Model Year line-up within the "Polestar Engineered" trim.

The Polestar Engineered trim debuted on the 2019 Volvo S60. Similar to the S60, both the XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered and V60 T8 Polestar Engineered offer performance expressions of each vehicles’ design, while enhancing crucial driving elements such as throttle response, braking and handling on the T8 Twin-Engine Plug-in Hybrid propulsion system.

"The introduction of the new Polestar Engineered trim on the S60 sold out online in under an hour,” said Anders Gustafsson, president and CEO of Volvo Car USA. "Polestar Engineered modifications to the XC60 and V60 offer an additional dose of performance to an already powerful, responsive and efficient vehicle."

Available in Summer 2019, the model year 2020 XC60 and V60 Polestar Engineered cars mirror enhancements found on the 2019 S60 T8 Polestar Engineered. Powertrain software has been optimized to provide faster access to torque and focus additional power to the rear wheels. This optimization allows the Volvo T8 Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid to produce 415 horsepower and 494 lb-ft. of torque.

For enhanced suspension performance, Volvo partnered with Ohlins, a Swedish-based advanced suspension technology brand, that pioneered a dual flow valve technology in the struts, which responds quickly to road imperfections. An Ohlins front strut bar increases the stiffness of the car’s body, allowing for more precise and responsive control.

Unique six-piston brake calipers feature Polestar’s trademark gold coloring and are visible through lightweight forged alloy wheels. Wheel designs are unique to the S60, V60 and XC60 to provide both a muscular appearance and enhanced airflow to brake discs.

The exterior design features a sporty character with integrated black chrome tail pipes, high-gloss black grille, wheel arch extensions and discreet Polestar Engineered emblems at the front and rear.

Inside the car is Polestar’s signature gold safety belts in a charcoal color scheme with metal mesh aluminum panels. A Nappa leather/open-grid textile upholstery combined with a leather sport steering wheel and gear shifter combine performance with luxury touches.  A limited number of T8 Polestar Engineered V60 and XC60 models will be available via Overseas Delivery.


Model Year 2019 Overseas Delivery orders have ended - Model Year 2020 info coming soon

March 28, 2019 - Volvo Overseas Delivery orders for the 2019 Model Year have ended and can no longer be submitted.

Overseas Delivery specifications and prices for the 2020 Model Year should be released in a week or so.  Volvo is creating a new order system for the Overseas Delivery program.  Orders for 2020 Volvo cars via Overseas Delivery are expected to begin in mid April with deliveries at the factory in Sweden starting this summer. 

Please note: The 2020 Volvo S60 and S90 sedans will not be available via Overseas Delivery.


Volvo to build new paint shop at factory in Sweden

March 28, 2019 - Volvo announced it will replace its current paint shop at its factory in Sweden with a new one, which will result in an expected reduction of paint shop energy consumption and emissions by at least one third.

This is in line with the company’s ambition to have climate neutral global manufacturing operations by 2025 and follows the 2018 solar panel installation at the company’s Belgium factory, and also in 2018, its engine plant in Sweden becoming the first climate-neutral facility in its global manufacturing network.

The Goteborg plant is the largest Volvo Cars manufacturing facility in terms of volume. It built 291,000 vehicles in 2018. It employs around 6,500. The new paint shop represents a multi-billion kronor investment. The new paint shop also illustrates the Volvo commitment to Sweden as a manufacturing base and its ambitious growth plans. Construction of the new paint shop begins in 2020.


Volvo to deploy in-car cameras and intervention against intoxication, distraction

March 20, 2019 - Volvo today announced a new step in its ambitions to end fatalities in its cars by addressing the issues of intoxication and distraction.

Apart from speeding, intoxication and distraction are two other primary areas of concern for traffic safety. Together, these three areas constitute the main ‘gaps’ towards the Volvo vision of a future with zero traffic fatalities and require a focus on human behavior in the company’s safety work as well.

For example, figures by NHTSA show that in the United States, almost 30% of all traffic fatalities in vehicles in 2017 involved intoxicated drivers.

Volvo believes intoxication and distraction should be addressed by installing in-car cameras and sensors that monitor the driver and allow the car to intervene if a clearly intoxicated or distracted driver does not respond to warning signals and is risking an accident involving serious injury or death.

That intervention could involve limiting the car’s speed, alerting the Volvo on Call assistance service and, as a final course of action, actively slowing down and safely parking the car.

"When it comes to safety, our aim is to avoid accidents altogether rather than limit the impact when an accident is imminent and unavoidable," says Henrik Green of Volvo. Cameras will monitor behavior that may lead to injury or death.

Examples of such behavior include a lack of steering input for extended periods of time, eyes of drivers detected closed or looking off the road for extended periods of time, as well as weaving across lanes or excessively slow reaction times.



Volvo celebrates 60 years of sharing safety knowledge

March 20, 2019 - Volvo is making its safety knowledge easily accessible in a central digital library which it urges the car industry to use, in the interest of safer roads for all.

The announcement symbolizes the company's philosophy of boosting safety through sharing knowledge that helps saving lives. The announcement occurs on the sixty year anniversary of what may have been the most important invention in the history of automotive safety, the three-point safety belt.

Introduced by Volvo in 1959, the three-point safety belt is estimated to have saved over one million lives globally, not only in Volvos but in many other car brands, thanks to the decision by Volvo to share the invention in the interest of improving traffic safety. Since then it has continued to prioritize societal progress over financial gain alone.

To celebrate this milestone and to underline that its sharing tradition goes beyond patents and physical products, Volvo launches the E.V.A. Initiative The initiative embodies and celebrates sixty years worth of sharing research into car safety with the world, but also highlights a fundamental issue with inequality in terms of car safety development.

"We have data on tens of thousands of real life accidents, to help ensure our cars are as safe as they can be for what happens in real traffic," says Lotta Jakobsson, professor and senior technical specialist at the Volvo Cars Safety Centre. "This means our cars are developed with the aim to protect all people, regardless of gender, height, shape or weight, beyond the 'average person' represented by crash test dummies." 

The E.V.A. Initiative illustrates, based on Volvo research data as well as several other studies, that women are more at risk for some injuries in a car crash. Differences in anatomy and neck strength between the average man and woman mean that women are more likely to suffer from whiplash injuries.

Based on those studies and its own crash data, Volvo created virtual crash test dummies to better understand accidents and develop safety technologies that helps to protect both men and women in an equal way. The first resulting technology was WHIPS (Whiplash Protection System) introduced in 1998 that has contributed to the unique look of Volvo seats and head restraints. 

The idea of prioritizing societal progress still drives Volvo safety development work. It develops new technology not to only meet safety standards or pass regulatory tests, but because its own research data shows where safety can be improved.

In the 1980s, Volvo started to focus on side impacts, after its data showed that too many people were injured in such accidents due to the short distance between impact and occupant. This resulted the side impact protection system (SIPS), side airbags and inflatable curtains. These Volvo innovations now form an industry standard.


Volvo introduces Care Key as standard with future cars for safe car sharing

March 20, 2019 - Today Volvo revealed the Care Key, allowing a Volvo owner to set a speed limit for themselves, family members or friends. The Care Key will come as standard on all Volvo cars from model year 2021.

The Care Key allows Volvo drivers to set limitations on the car’s top speed, before lending their car to family members or to younger and inexperienced drivers such as teenagers that only just received their drivers’ license.

The launch of the Care Key follows the announcement earlier this month that from 2020 on Volvo will limit the top speed on all its cars to 112 mph in order to send a strong signal about the dangers of speeding.

Hakan Samuelsson, Volvo Cars' chief executive, said this month that the company wants to start a conversation about whether car makers have the right or maybe even the obligation to install technology in cars that changes their owners' behavior. Now that such technology is available to use, this question becomes even more important.

The speed limit and the Care Key are both part of that initiative and illustrate how car makers can take active responsibility in striving to achieve zero traffic fatalities by supporting better driver behavior.

"We believe that a car maker has a responsibility to help improve traffic safety," said Mr. Samuelsson. "Our recently announced speed limit fits that thinking and the Care Key is another example. Many want to be able to share their car with friends and family, but are unsure about how to make sure they are safe on the road. The Care Key provides one good solution and extra peace of mind.”

Beyond the potential safety benefits, features like a speed limit and the Care Key are also likely to offer Volvo drivers a financial benefit. The company is currently inviting insurance companies in several markets to conversations to offer special, favorable insurance to the Volvo community using these safety features.

More Volvo Overseas Delivery models and versions sold out

March 11, 2019 - The Volvo Overseas Delivery Tourist program has sold all of its allocation of Model Year 2019 XC40, V60, V90, and V90 Cross Country cars.  In addition all T6 and T8 hybrid versions of the 2019 XC90 have also been sold.  Tourist program customers who wish to order one of these vehicles will need to wait and order a Model Year 2020 Volvo. Overseas Delivery specifications and prices for Model Year 2020 Volvo cars should be released in March or April of 2019 with deliveries starting this summer at the factory in Sweden.


Volvo S60 / V60 and XC40 are finalists for World Car of the Year awards

March 11, 2019 - The all-new Volvo S60 / V60 sedan and wagon, along with the XC40 compact SUV, are finalists for the prestigious 2019 World Car Awards.  It could mean two wins in a row for Volvo as the XC60 was named 2018 World Car of the Year.

Announced at the Geneva International Motor Show, the “Top Three In The World” designation includes the S60 / V60 in the "World Car of the Year" category, and the XC40 in the "World Car Design of the Year" category.

The all-new S60 and V60 feature luxurious interiors, increased levels of space, advanced connectivity and the latest Volvo advanced driver-assistance systems and other safety technology.

The award-winning XC40 completes Volvo’s global line-up of premium SUVs, and is the first car based on the new Compact Modular Architecture (CMA).

The 2019 World Car Awards are determined by a jury of 86 distinguished international automotive journalists. The winners will be announced on April 17, 2019, during the opening of the New York International Auto Show.


Volvo Factory Tour closed dates Summer of 2019

March 11, 2019 - This summer the Volvo Factory in Goteborg, Sweden is scheduled to be closed to tours from Monday, July 8, 2019 through Friday, August 16, 2019.

During this time Overseas Delivery cars will still be delivered to customers in Goteborg but there will not be any tours of the Volvo Factory.

Instead customers may explore the Volvo Cars Brand Experience Centre. At the Volvo Cars Brand Experience Centre visitors see, hear and learn about the long history of Volvo and its holistic commitment to safety and care for the environment around the world.



Poll finds Americans feel electric vehicles are the future of driving

March 1, 2019 - Nearly three-quarters of American drivers believe electric vehicles are the future of driving, according to a new survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Volvo.  To better understand the impact of this, Volvo set out to explore drivers’ perceptions of electric vehicles (EVs) and their driving experiences, benefits and challenges. 

The results are published in Volvo Reports: The State Of Electric Vehicles In America the latest in a series of articles from Volvo and The Harris Poll exploring the relationship between Americans and their cars.

The study indicates a number of positive experiences drivers associate with EVs as they pertain to monetary benefits and environmental impacts.

The report states that EV drivers are highly satisfied with their EV, but there are still several convenience barriers. The report found EV drivers desire more convenient charging options when on-the-go. The most common place EV drivers recharge their vehicles is at home (51%).  Many also charge their vehicles while out and about. Despite charging their vehicles at public stations nearly half the time, most say charging stations leave much to be desired.


Volvo announces Model Year 2020 XC90 refresh

February 22, 2019 - Today a refreshed version of the Model Year 2020 XC90 was announced by Volvo. The large SUV is the company’s top-of-the-line flagship and the most awarded SUV.  The refreshed 2020 XC90 gets a host of exterior and interior enhancements.

Model Year 2020 U.S. specification XC90s will continue to offer the current T5 and T6 propulsion systems.  The T8 plug-in hybrid version will feature a larger capacity battery.  More details will be released in the future.

On the outside, the refreshed XC90 offers subtle upgrades to the original award-winning exterior design, such as new wheels, exterior colors and new grilles for each trim.               

On the inside, the superlative and award-winning interior design remains in place, but perhaps the most noticeable addition is the fact that it can be ordered with a range of different seating configurations. From the four-seat top of the line Excellence variant and the seven-seat family SUV to the brand new six-seat configuration, the XC90 is available with a layout that best fits people’s preferences and lifestyles. The XC90 is favorite for young families. Those with multiple children will appreciate the increased versatility of the new six seat configuration featuring second row captain style chairs.  Easier access to the third row has been a requested by many Volvo owners.  They will appreciate the wide center aisle which greatly facilitates ingress and egress to the rearmost seats.

There are also new interior wood inlays and interior color choices for the XC90. A new hallmark  of Volvo luxury interiors comes by way of materials. The 2020 XC90 will feature a new, rich wool blend unlike anything else available on a full size SUV, offering a luxurious alternative to leather.  It is both durable and soft to the touch.

In terms of active safety technology, the 2020 XC90 now offers drivers help with steering on both the City Safety and the Blind Spot Information System. Volvo's City Safety with auto brake is still the only system on the market to recognize pedestrians, cyclists and large animals.  Cross Traffic Alert technology in the 2020 XC90 will also offer auto brake. 

The Model Year 2020 Volvo XC90 will go in production in May at the Torslanda plant in Sweden and will be available for factory delivery.  Send an email to be notified when you can order your new 2020 XC90 via Overseas Delivery.


Volvo begins exporting cars from America to Europe

February 21, 2019 - For the first time, Volvo is exporting cars from America with all new S60 sedans going to Europe from the Volvo plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina.

"We began commercial production of the S60s just six short months ago here in South Carolina, and we’re excited to be building cars for customers around the world," said Jeff Moore, vice president, Manufacturing, Americas. "Export markets are critical to the long term success of our plant and we're on track to deliver vehicles to our customers worldwide," he added.

S60 models will be sent via the South Carolina Ports Authority, to the Belgium port of Zeebrugge to connect with distribution centers in Ghent, Belgium that feed the European Volvo retailer network in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Poland.  S60 models will also be exported to Turkey, Australia, New Zealand, and 93 other countries.



Tree falls on Volvo XC9O and no one is hurt!

February 9, 2019 - A large tree fell onto this 2017 Volvo XC90 in Honolulu, Hawaii today with people inside the car and no one was hurt!  Geoffrey ordered his XC90 via Overseas Delivery and received it at the factory in Sweden. 

First generation Volvo XC90s (2003 - 2014 model years) have lots of high strength steel and are very safe.  However 2nd generation XC90s (model year 2016 and newer) have even more high strength steel than the original XC90s.

This complete safety cage around the passengers is made from hot-formed boron steel and is designed for maximum occupant protection in all types of crash scenarios. The hot-formed steel amounts to about 40% of the total body weight.  This is approximately five times more than the first generation XC90.

Notice how the structural integrity of the passenger compartment is still intact.

Geoffrey and his family have owned Volvo cars for many years.   Do you think they will continue to own and drive Volvo cars?


Football’s biggest night led to 40,000 virtual test drives in the all-new Volvo S60

February 8, 2019 - Football's biggest night wasn’t enough a distraction to stop over 40,000 virtual test drives of the all-new Volvo S60 sedan in the company's "The Longest Drive" mobile campaign.  The longest drives were 9 hours, 47 minutes and 42 seconds; 7 hours, 46 minutes and 25 seconds; and 7 hours, 37 minutes and 51 seconds. These three contestants kept their eyes on the all-new Volvo S60 the longest during the big game, ultimately winning a Care by Volvo subscription.

"We were thrilled that so many people took the all-new Volvo S60 on a virtual test drive, likely one of the longest brand exposures of the night," said Bob Jacobs, VP of Marketing, Brand and Communications, Volvo Car USA, "It's great to see the S60 encouraged so many fans to try something different – it’s exactly what the car stands for."


Five Volvo cars win Car and Driver Editors’ Choice awards

February 6, 2019 - Five Volvo cars, including three SUVs and two wagons, earned Car and Driver Editors’ Choice awards for 2019.  After testing almost 500 cars editors chose the XC40, XC60, and XC90 SUVs and V90 and V90 Cross Country wagons to recommend to family and friends.

"For the experts at a place as trusted as Car and Driver to give five Volvo cars their Editor’s Choice award is a very big deal," said Anders Gustafsson, President and CEO of Volvo Cars USA. "Now anyone considering a new luxury car should absolutely look at a Volvo.

The XC40 was recognized for its huge back seat and cargo area, beautiful interior execution, and for being chock full of tech.

Editors praised the XC60 for being fuel efficient, its Swedish design, and cutting-edge driver-assist tech.

And they gushed over the eminently handsome design of the XC90, its satisfying drive, and lots of safety tech.

Of the V90, Car and Driver editors lauded its gorgeous cabin, mammoth cargo capacity, and dazzling exterior styling.

They praised its close cousin, the V90 Cross Country, for its upscale design, lovely and spacious cabin, and for being more practical than an SUV.


Pre-built vehicles available via Overseas Delivery

Pre-built Overseas Delivery cars are available with two free round trip airline tickets from the US to Europe with a tourist program purchase. In some cases you can take delivery of one of these vehicles at the factory in Sweden as soon as five weeks from receipt and payment of your order.

This list updated: January 20, 2020

Model Year 2017
2017 V60 T5 AWD

Model Year 2018
2018 V60 T5 AWD
2018 V60 T6 AWD
2018 V90 Cross Country
2018 XC60 T6 AWD
2018 XC90 T5 AWD
2018 XC90 T6 AWD

Model Year 2019

2019 XC40 T4 FWD
2019 XC40 T5 AWD
2019 XC60 T6 AWD
2019 XC90 T6 AWD

Model Year 2020
2020 V60 Cross Country
2020 V90 T6 AWD
2020 V90 Cross Country

2020 XC40 T5 AWD
2020 XC60 T5 FWD
2020 XC60 T5 AWD
2020 XC60 T6 AWD
2020 XC60 T8 AWD
2020 XC90 T6 AWD
2020 XC90 T8 AWD

Please call or email William Marks to purchase one of these pre-built vehicles or to custom order your new Volvo.  The list of pre-built cars changes periodically.  There may be some limitations on when you can take delivery and drive the vehicle.



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