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Car and Driver: Volvo 40.2 Concept: A Taste of Volvo’s Next Small Car


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-Volvo is on a total tear right now. Enthusiasm for the Swedish brand is high after the successful introduction of the XC90, and the market launch of the S90 sedan and V90 wagon is just around the corner. All three of those vehicles ride on the company’s Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) platform. Volvo won’t be letting up on the throttle any time soon, either, as it has revealed two concepts that offer a glimpse of its future 40-series compact-vehicle line to be built on its new Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) platform. One is the crossover-style 40.1, which we’ve covered separately, while the other is this rather more carlike 40.2. READ MORE ››

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