Who makes Volvo cars?


As of December 1, 2012, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group made Volvo cars. From 1999 until 2010, Volvo was owned by the Ford Motor Company.
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Volvo was originally made by a Swedish automobile manufacturer founded in 1927 in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. It is currently owned by Ford Motor Company.
Volvo Cars is a Swedish automobile manufacturer, and is currently owned by Ford Motor
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Swedish-born Volvo has long been a forerunner in safety research, and its vehicles have the crash test scores to prove it. These days, the brand has improved its offerings by crafting vehicles that also offer generous amounts of style and performance... More >>
Volvo cars are made by the Volvo Car Corporation. However, even though Volvo is a Swedish automobile company, it is a subsidiary of Geely, a Chinese automotive manufacturing company. Volvo has several car manufacturing plants, the largest of which are located in Torslanda, Sweden and Ghent, Belgium. Founded in 1921, Volvo is headquartered in Gothenburg. Ford acquired the company in 1999 and more recently by Geely in 2010. Volvo's vehicle lineup includes SUVs, sedans, coupes, and wagons.
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Volvo is a car company that is based in Gothenburg Sweden and has production facilities in Sweden, Belgium, Malaysia, Thailand, China, South Africa, the Netherlands ...
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