Friday, June 5, 2009


Launched this year is the exclusive Volvo 760. Initially there is a choice of two six-cylinder engines – the petrol B28E and the TD24 turbo diesel. The TD24 can take the Volvo 760 GLE from 0 to 100 km/h in 13 seconds – making this the world’s fastest diesel car.

By October the plant in Olofström has supplied pressed body components for five million Volvo bodies. Most of these have been car bodies.

'Anti-submarine' protection is introduced for front and rear passengers.

The Volvo Torslanda plant begins to use waste heat from local oil refinery.

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