Volvo cars are under Volvo group, which is a Swedish multinational automotive manufacturer. Volvo Car Corporation was founded in 1927 on 14th April and presently having headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. A ball bearing maker SKF founded Volvo Car Corporation as a subsidiary, until 1999, Volvo cars was owned by AB Volvo, later Ford motor company acquired the same. In 2010, Geely Holding Group became owner of Volvo cars. Volvo Car Corporation deals in Luxury cars as its manufactures Sedans, Station wagons, compact executive Sedans, Sports Utility vehicles and coupes. Volvo Car Corporation has built 31 Concept cars. Along luxury cars, Volvo stepped as alternative propulsion of some other vehicles like flexible fuel vehicles, plug in hybrids, electric cars, gas-turbine hybrid and drive E engines. Around the world Volvo cars are produced at Hallered, Sweden (Test Track) and Gothenburg, Sweden (R&D Center & Headquarter) and having assembly and components plants in 10 cities of different countries.
Current Models of Volvo cars are Small cars (Ford Global C
platform)- Volvo V40 2012–present , Large cars (Volvo P2 platform), Volvo XC90 Classic 2014–present, Large cars (Volvo P3 platform)- Volvo S60 2010–present, Volvo V60 2010–present, Volvo V60 Cross Country 2014–present , Volvo S60 Cross Country 2014–present, Volvo S80 2006–2016, Volvo V70 2007–2016, Volvo XC60 2008–present, Volvo XC70 2007–present, Large cars (Scalable Product Architecture) (SPA) -Volvo XC90 2014–present , Volvo S90 2016–present and Volvo V90 2016–present. Some early models of Volvo cars are Volvo PV650 Series, Volvo TR670 Series, Volvo PV 36 Carioca, Volvo PV51 Volvo P1900, Volvo Amazon/Volvo 122, Volvo P1800, Volvo 66 and Volvo C202.