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Volvo is headed to South Carolina, where it will build a factory capable of producing 100,000 vehicles, including the world's supply of S60s.


Volvo is bringing 265 more S60 and V60 Polestar models to the US for the limited vehicle's second production run. This latest batch is available in two additional colors.


Jalopnik is trying to make the world a better place by sending a traumatized driver to Lime Rock Park to regain his confidence behind the wheel.


The first batch of long-wheelbase Volvo S60 Inscriptions are making their way from the Geely plant in Chengdu, China, via Shanghai to the United States.


Volvo slots a gasoline-electric plug-in hybrid powertrain into the long-wheelbase version of the S60 luxury sedan for debut at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show, but will only offer it in China for now.


Back by popular demand, Volvo is following up on the first batch of S60 and V60 Polestar performance models with another 750 units for the 2016 model year.


Volvo's longtime product chief and new head of American operations reveals that the ponderous S60 Cross Country is intended more for developing countries, but will be offered Stateside initially on a limited basis.


Australian police are testing out Volvo's hot S60 Polestar, owing to the sedan's subtle looks and smoking performance.


A Reuters story says that Volvo plans to ship a small number of its Chinese-built S60L sedans to the US this year, and that they could be joined by a Chinese-built S90 sedan.


Volvo brings its long-wheelbase S60L to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and gives it the luxed-up Inscription treatment while it's at it.


Volvo has revived the lifted sedan with its new S60 Cross Country, which is 2.5 inches taller than the standard sedan, making for a formidable winter vehicle.


Volvo applies the Inscription luxury trim level and long-wheelbase form to the S60 sedan, revealed alongside the S60 Cross Country and XC90 R Design at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.


Want some of Volvo's Cross Country goodness, but really prefer a sedan with a trunk over a wagon? You're in luck, friend, because that's precisely what the Swedish automaker has in store with the launch of the new S60 Cross Country.


Product Plan Includes Cross Country Models, But No Coupes

Things have been slow in Gothenburg the past few years, but they're picking up speed. The only new model Volvo has released in the past four years since it was taken over by Geely – that being the V40 introduced in 2012 – started its development when the company was still under Ford's umbrella. But now the Swedish automaker is preparing to launch a volley of new models, and the new XC90 is only the starting point.


You saw their US reveal at this year's Chicago Auto Show and read our driving impressions from Sweden. Now, if you act fast, you can actually own one of the very limited 2015.5 Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar models coming to the United States. The order page for these slick Swedes is now online, but the slots are filling up about as quickly as these cars accelerate.


Just because the penetration of the American automotive market by Chinese brands hasn't quite happened yet doesn't mean that Chinese-built cars are far off. According to a new report, we could very soon see long-wheelbase Volvo S60s that were assembled in the People's Republic arriving on US shores.


Hyper-Rare Swedes Get It Just Right By Being Just Enough

Polestar Performance has been around since 1996, but until recently, it only did two things: manage Volvo motorsports operations and run a specialist consumer-facing side that built concept cars and boosted Volvo's turbocharged production cars by 15 to 60 horsepower. Five years ago, it fulfilled its long-held desire to engineer an actual production car, first creating the C30 Polestar Performance Concept, a showcar that led to the C30 Polestar Limited Edition.


New Engine Makes S60 Quietly Competitive With German Rivals

For those not paying attention, Volvo has updated its S60 sedan range for 2015 with a new range of engines under the Drive-E label. Wearing the same T5 and T6 badges to note the relative levels of power under the hood, both engines are 2.0-liter four-cylinders, with the lesser being turbocharged and the greater being both supercharged and turbocharged.


At next week's Beijing Motor Show, Volvo is set to introduce a new member of its plug-in hybrid family. The company has had success with the world's first diesel PHEV, the V60 plug-in hybrid, but the new S60L is dubbed a PPHEV. The extra P stands for petrol.


The Volvo S60 Polestar may not seem like a natural fit for the V8 Supercars series that runs throughout Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. After all, the all-wheel-drive production-spec car isn't even available with a V8. But the rear-wheel-drive racing version has acquitted itself well in the early races of the season, even scoring an overall win at a race in Melbourne. Currently at seventh place in the championship, the S60 the most successful car that isn't a Holden or Ford.


After decades of cat-and-mouse battle waged between Holden and Ford, Australia's V8 Supercars series has expanded considerably. Mercedes and Nissan both joined the grid last season, and Volvo has followed suit this year. So when 2014 championship kicked off earlier this month in Adelaide, everyone was watching to see who would come out on top.

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