Since the first Volvo rolled off the production line in 1927, the company has created world-changing innovations. The company is a truly global organization with Scandinavian roots and manufacturing in Sweden, Belgium, China, and in the United States.
It’s true that Volvo hasn’t always been known for good looks, but they’re often considered durable, and the brand has repeatedly staked its reputation on safety — and that each model is packed with value.
Volvos aren’t supposed to be shiny. They’re supposed to look good when they haven’t been washed for weeks and have back seats adorned with old wool blankets, dog hair, football equipment, and thermoses of strong black coffee.
That’s why vehicles produced by Volvo have followers all over the world — and for a good reason. They have a Scandinavian design, a strict but luxurious interior, perfect engineering, and safety that is unmatched in the market.
According to the company, they’re ambitious. “We aim to continue leading the global automotive industry in safety technology, electrification and autonomous drive and we continually challenge ourselves.”
And drivers are taking notice.