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Malmstrom said she expects EU governments to give her the go-ahead in March to start negotiations with the U.S. to cut tariffs on industrial goods. A final agreement with President Donald Trump’s administration could be reached before the European Commission’s term ends on Oct. 31, she said. “I think it can be done during this mandate,” Malmstrom told reporters on Friday in Bucharest before a meeting of trade ministers from the 28-nation EU.
The 2019 Volvo S60 is one of the last pieces in the Swedish automaker's puzzle as it sheds the final vestiges of Ford ownership and platform sharing. Like the XC90, XC60 and XC40 crossovers along with sedans and wagons such as the S90, V90 and V60 (essentially the same vehicle), the new S60 rides on Volvo's scalable product architecture platform.
No matter how much you like Volvos, it takes dedication to win one by staring at a smartphone screen for hours. The eye-control game kept the player looking at their mobile device, which could suss out if their attention and gaze wandered away, resetting the clock. To make sure there were big enough stakes, the mobile game went live during Super Bowl 53 – and the Volvo-winning play was far longer than the second and third places, which both passed the 7.5-hour mark.
Snow tires sure are, and preferably something studded like the Michelin XI rubber fitted to our Cross Country, but this isn't an Iceland-like moonscape best suited to Land Cruisers. If it isn't, the Cross Country's forward collision warning and automatic braking system detects large animals as well as pedestrians.
Baird analyst David Leiker is calling a bottom in the commercial truck sector, citing a historical "buy signal" that just flashed, and as a result upgraded a number of stocks he covers. Leiker said he had been cautious on the sector as valuation multiples have compressed because of concerns that earnings will peak this year and starting declining next year. But the recent significant decline in Class 8 truck orders suggests the group is currently at the point of a "re-rating," and therefore has turned positive on the group. He upgraded Cummins Inc. , Paccar Inc. and Wabco Holdings Inc. to outperform from neutral, and upgraded Volvo AB to neutral from underperform. "History has shown that the key to resetting this 'peak cycle' mindset is significant declines in Class 8 truck orders, with stock price bottoms occurring around the maximum year-over-year decline," Leiker wrote in a note to clients. "We view the collapse in truck orders during December/January, down 75-80% from peak, as the re-set event that now warrants a more aggressive stance on the group." The upgrades come after the Dow Jones Transportation Average has declined 4.0% over the past 12 months while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 0.5%.
On Sunday, February 3, the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 53 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Some will watch because of the storyline of the old-school dynasty facing off against the new-school wunderkinds, but a large chunk of people will solely be watching for the commercials.
The 2019 Volvo V60 is the latest wagon from the storied Swedish automaker. It slots just below the full-size V90 and shares underpinnings with just about every other Volvo model, including the XC90, XC60 and XC40 crossovers as well as the S90 and S60 sedans.
Sweden's Volvo said on Wednesday that its fourth-quarter truck order intake fell by 14 percent to 59,535 trucks, a total below analysts' forecasts, but announced a special dividend after strong cash generation. The truckmaker, which has been buoyed by robust demand in recent years as truck buyers renew fleets starved of investment during the last downturn, also repeated its 2019 demand outlook. Shares in Volvo, which ignited worries in October with a forecast of slowing market demand outlook in Europe and China, were down 2 percent to 123.90 Swedish crowns at 0834 GMT as investors focused on the order intake figures.
As an expected part of life during the winter months, a snowstorm does not faze the people at State Line Auto Auction. Stationed in upstate New York, Paul Barber and his crew deal with the white stuff often and are well equipped to handle the challenges of keeping thousands of cars clean. As opposed to tediously wiping and chiseling away at each vehicle, State Line found a much simpler, more efficient and more fun way of snow removal: industrial-strength turbines.
Volvo is taking a different approach to its advertising for the Super Bowl this year. During the same time as The Big Game, Volvo will be hosting a "mobile test drive" game that can be viewed on mobile devices. The three people who stare at the game the longest without looking away could win a new S60 sedan through the Care by Volvo subscription service.
In this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor John Beltz Snyder. They address a couple interesting news topics, including an upcoming Ford pickup that's smaller than the Ranger, as well as a future electrified Dodge Challenger.
A couple of years ago, Geely and Volvo announced they were collaborating on a new platform to underpin vehicles to be built by both brands. Parent company Geely has officially released photos of what it made with these jointly-developed underpinnings: the FY11. The one we're thinking of here is the Mercedes GLE Coupe.
If the next-generation Volvo V40 comes to the U.S., the car that rolls up on our docks won't be a straightforward rework of the present chippy hatch. According to Auto Express, the coming V40 will turn into a "pseudo-SUV." The love for all things high-riding appears to be the primary factor in the switch. Lex Kerssemakers, the brand's SVP for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, said, "There's two things you can't exclude in the thinking process towards the next generation of V40.
It took the worst corporate scandal in automotive history for Volkswagen to make the necessary decision to transform itself into an electric car company. The world’s largest car maker will spend $50 billion over the next five years to develop 50 new electric models, an increase from six today, and produce 1 million electric cars by 2025. This radical reinvention is exactly what is needed to stave off a challenge from Tesla (TSLA) and a band of upstarts from California and China that are building for an electric future.
GÖTEBORG, Sweden , Jan. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Volvo Group report for the fourth quarter 2018 will be published on January 30th, 2019 at 7.20 a.m. CET . Press and Analysts Conference 9.00 a.m. CET ...
There's still tons of room because, well, it's a wagon (and market share is still extremely small). According to a report from Bloomberg, using data from Edmunds.com, roughly 211,600 Americans purchased wagons in 2018. It's also the third year in a row that wagon sales broke the 200,000 mark.
The company, which makes trucks, construction equipment and buses, said on Thursday the estimated costs were based on factors including vehicle testing and statistical analysis, and were made in dialogue with relevant authorities. Volvo said in October its truck and bus engines might be exceeding limits for toxic nitrogen oxides because an emissions control component it uses was degrading. Claes Eliasson, head of media relations, declined to say how many vehicles were affected or to name the supplier of the component.
Volvo is reportedly developing an in-car camera capable of monitoring the driver's behavior and certain health metrics, and be able to tell which family member is behind the wheel to adjust vehicle settings accordingly. CAR magazine in the U.K. spilled the beans via an interview with Volvo's chief digital officer, Atif Rafiq. Exactly when Volvo plans to roll out these cameras commercially is unclear.
Americans are used to paying for subscriptions — to magazines and cable television, for instance — but experience shows they'll cancel when the price of admission gets too high, or there are more tempting alternatives. Cord cutters ditched nearly 1.5 million pay-TV subscriptions in 2017, according to a survey by Leichtman Research Group. Cable TV started out cheap with basic offerings, and then got expensive.
Few cars have survived the transition from concept stage to series production as gracefully as the original Audi TT. 20 years on, the TT is still with us, albeit now closer toward the R8's look, with an aggressive appearance driven home by sharp strakes. In early December, I'm at the Hamburg airport, picking up a freshly serviced first-generation TT to drive to Finland.
Uber is resuming autonomous vehicle tests near downtown Pittsburgh. The restart Thursday comes just over nine months after one of its autonomous cars struck and killed a pedestrian in Arizona. The ride-hailing company received permission to resume testing from the Pennsylvania Transportation Department on Monday.
Volvo Trucks, the world's second-largest truckmaker, will join the growing list of Class 8 truck companies to put an electric heavy-hauler on U.S. roads. The Swedish company announced in a tweet that its VNR Electric will head to California for demonstration testing in 2019, before commercial sales begin in 2020. All we know so far is that the VNR Electric will wear an illuminated logo on the grille and swoopier bodywork.
Polestar is deep in the testing process of its first independent vehicle, the Polestar 1. The Polestar 1 is supposed to have two electric motors that work in tandem with a supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine. It'll be interesting to see how in-your-face Polestar decides to make the oil-churning, gasoline-eating part of its vehicle.
The smallest Volvo station wagon in America finally has a price tag. The company announced that the starting price for the 2019 Volvo V60 will be $39,895 with destination. A V60 R-Design in T5 front-drive trim (all T5s are front-drive) comes in at $44,895.