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2014 Volvo XC90 on track as part of £3.5 billion investment in SwedenTue, 04 Dec 2012
Volvo are investing £7 billion in their future – half of that in Sweden – and the first model to benefit will be the long overdue 2014 Volvo XC90. Just like all of Ford’s premium automotive adventures - Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin included – Volvo has suffered from a long period of under investment but now – with China’s Geely in charge – they’re forging ahead with big investment and big plans to try and emulate the turnaround Tata has accomplished at JLR. That means an investment of £7 billion over the next three years – £3.5 billion of that in Sweden – in a new scalable architecture (SPA) platform and new Volvo engine architecture (VEA) to underpin most of Volvo’s future models.
Ford Kuga Coupe planned?Fri, 19 Jun 2009
It looks as if Ford are planning a Ford Kuga Coupe for 2011 But Ford are obviously looking with interest at the ‘Style’ element of the market place. As people are downsizing in the current recession there are plenty looking for something that still says ‘Individual’ but without the price tag of the premium makers. And it appears as if Ford are seriously considering producing a ‘Style’ version of the Kuga – The Ford Kuga Coupe.
Saab: ‘Game Over’ says Administrator Guy LofalkTue, 06 Dec 2011
Saab Administrator Guy Lofalk says the game is over at Saab Court Administrator for Saab – Guy Lofalk – says they have reached the end of the road with Saab with no money and no prospect of GM agreement. The death knell for Saab has been proclaimed more times in the last year than a ‘journey’ from an X Factor contestant. But, according to the Swedish Court appointed administrator for Saab - Guy Lofalk - the game is over.