159 Articles

Still a blast to drive, even in its twilight years

Welcome to the United States Canadian border in Port Huron, Michigan. Behind me is the Blue Water Bridge. Beside me is a blue Volvo V60 Polestar. This is the last year for this generation of car, and while it is old, this performance wagon is still a blast to drive.


It gets its heating and electricity from renewable sources

Volvo's Skövde, Sweden, plant represent a step toward completely climate-neutral manufacturing.


Proof that technology can save lives.

Proof that technology can save lives.


Polestar plans to reveal the Polestar 1 at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show.


Volvo is smart to keep up with the competition.

Diesel is still part of the plan, but this allows for a quick pivot.


An Iron Chef already has selected the menu.

A rolling, engaging dining experience.


In one video, of a 30 mph rollover test, the car is barely even dented.

All the cameras, radar, and sensors in the world won't do a lick of good when a two-ton projectile unavoidably slams into an immoveable object.


A JDM legend and a fast wagon will make the enthusiasts happy.


We did a lot of neat stuff in 2016, and a lot of it was caught on video. Check out our favorite drives, experiences, and episodes from our original series that we selected from 2016's best.


And yes, there are only three hosts in this teaser.

Hey BBC, could we have a bit more info than "Coming Soon?"


The Iron Knight set two speed records.

This massive semi would embarrass some sports cars.


It's called The Iron Knight and it's glorious.

Oh yeah, it also has roughly 4,425 pound-feet of torque.

Quick Spin

Volvo's flagship SUV impresses during its short stay in our fleet.


The world's longest and highest glass bridge was put to the test yet again in a public safety demonstration in preparation for its grand opening.

/ 8