Good news! The XC60 T8 AWD Twin Engine (plug-in hybrid) received more production capacity. Order yours today and take delivery from end of January 2020!
Learn more about Volvo’s plug-in hybrid technology by following this link.
Volvo Cars and POC – the world-first car-bike helmet crash test
Volvo Cars 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 Cars’ leading position in safety development and its ambition to improve road safety for all through a collaboration and knowledge-sharing approach. Read more →
This year, we are celebrating our 40th anniversary!
In 1979, A.V.U.S.-Automobile was founded in Hanau – one of the largest U.S. military garrisons in Europe at that time – we have been an authorized factory agent for Volvo Diplomat, Military & Expat Sales until the program was restructured in 2019. With 40 years of experience, we are proud to continue serving the international community by managing the Diplomat & NATO Sales Program for the official Volvo dealerships in Hanau, Heidelberg, Mannheim and Karlsruhe. Read more →
The new Volvo S60 sedan and V60 estate today received the maximum five-star rating in their 2018 EuroNCAP safety tests, continuing a five-star streak for the Volvo line-up.
The result underlines Volvo Cars’ reputation for consistently putting some of the safest cars available on the road. From the compact V40 hatchback to the large XC90 SUV, all tested Volvo models currently on sale offer five-star-rated safety technology.
Volvo Cars’ XC40 adds another accolade as it receives five stars and top ratings in its 2018 Euro NCAP tests. This means the XC40 joins its larger siblings in the 60 and 90 series as one of the safest cars on the roads.
Volvo Cars to remove single-use plastics from all offices, canteens and events “Plastics pollution is one of the great environmental challenges of our time,” said Stuart Templar, Director for Sustainability at Volvo Cars. “We take our responsibility seriously. We must play our part in helping tackle this global problem.” Read more →