Volvo Car USA
01/16/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
"Cars are driven by people"

In the rush to deliver new technology, many carmakers are forgetting the most important aspect: the people that will use them. Volvo's unique approach is to define the technology based on the role of the driver--not the other way around.

Volvo XC90s take to the road in the hands of real customers for the first time ever in the next step of the DriveMe...
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Volvo Car USA
01/13/2017 at 17:09. Facebook
"While numerous car companies are testing their self-driving cars in controlled environments with engineers on board, Volvo is about to hand over the keys to 100 autonomous XC90s to normal people. These will be the first privately owned (or leased, technically), fully autonomous vehicles." -The Verge

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With the introduction of the all-new V90, the complete 90-series range shared the stage for the first time at the 2017 North American International Auto Show

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The all-new Volvo V90 has landed at the North American International Auto Show. Available only via custom order through Volvo Concierge or Overseas Delivery.

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The all-new Volvo V90 has finally arrived in America.

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Introducing the world’s first fully autonomous vehicle in the hands of real people, using it in the real world, in real traffic.

Today, Volvo Car Group CEO Håkan Samuelsson handed the Hain family the keys to their fully autonomous DriveMe XC90.

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Coming soon. Stay tuned.
Jerry Seinfeld, Kristen Wiig, a 1964 Volvo 122S Amazon, and plenty of "moss and wood-bark omelettes." All in the season premiere of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: "The Volvo-ness"

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Kristen Wiig - The Volvo-ness - Episode - Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee by Jerry Seinfeld

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Ring out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow;

The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring in the true.
The civic slander and the spite;
Ring in the love of truth and right.
Every year in Sweden, just before the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, the poem “Nyårsklockan” is read across the country. The poem is a Swedish translation of “Ring Out, Wild Bells” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

The tradition began in Stockholm in 1895, with a live reading at Skansen, and transitioned into a radio broadcast in 1928. Since 1977, the poem has been read live by famous Swedish...
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God Jul, from our Volvo familj to yours
Meet the next evolution of the sedan in the all-new Volvo S90.

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Matching leather key, standard on all Inscription models. Learn more about the unique features of the Volvo S90 at volvocars.us/S90
Thor's Hammer LED headlights. Standard. Learn more about the unique features of the Volvo S90 at volvocars.us/S90
Great responsibility. Now with great power standard.

The 400-hp, AWD, Plug-In Hybrid XC90 T8.

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Sights by Chicago. Sound by Bowers & Wilkins. Power by XC90 T8.

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Luxury is never having to compromise.

Meet the 400-hp, AWD, 7-passenger, plug-in hybrid XC90 T8.

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Form and function, masterfully wedded.

Find out what Polestar can do for your Volvo at volvocars.us/PolestarParts
Experience a symphony of performance with Polestar performance parts.

Available now.

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"This Volvo does a better impression of the 'Ultimate Driving Machine' than even that German automaker claims."
-AutoGuide

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2017 Volvo V60 Polestar Review - AutoGuide.com News

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