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1989 Volvo 245 GLT

Volvo has announced the death of its estate cars in the UK. Stephen Bayley laments that loss with the iconically evergreen 245 wagon.

Editor's comment
‘I am passionate about architecture and cars. Each is a design exercise involving human habitation and personal desire. With its robust structure and comfy chairs, I'd be happy to call a Volvo estate “home”. Even if it is a suburban home!'
2024 Volvo C40 Recharge Pure

Swedes backflip; motor now in the rear to improve range and dynamics

1963 Volvo P1800 Racer

There aren’t so many Volvo P1800s in Historic racing, though maybe there should be — as both history and this brilliant build would suggest.

2023 Polestar 2 Long Range Single Motor

Another relative newcomer to the new car market is Polestar, and the company finds itself in a similar situation to the Cupra brand and its relationship with parent company SEAT.

Unique home built supercar 344bhp Sensor GTR

Swedish winters are cold, dark and long, so how do you fill the time? Get your brother to help you build yourself a supercar, says Per Ajdén.

First production car with a digital key 2016 Volvo S90 & XC90

Fishing in your trouser pocket for the keys to your car is probably one of the most Pavlovian things you can do but in terms of automotive tech history, the time between that shiny amalgam of shaped metal, plastic-tasting fresh air and the engine rumbling to life has branched out into some of the most innovative developments in the industry

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 vs. Audi Q4 E-Tron, Tesla Model 3 and Polestar 2

Right here, right wow. Your £50k future EV has already landed. Beyond the tech and the flash, do newcomers from Hyundai, Volvo and Audi have the substance to topple Britain’s best-selling EV, the Tesla Model 3?

1969 Volvo 1800S

We sample the Swedish-built version of Volvo’s svelte Amazon-based coupe

Meguiar’s 1956 Volvo Amazon Coupe B230FK 2.3-litre enined 320bhp

The build is now complete, so here’s the inside scoop on Meguiar’s Volvo Amazon. For the latest showcase of Meguiar’s detailing prowess, Tom Clarke wanted to build a low-slung cruiser. But, as we all know, it’s never that simple

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