MEXICO – Volvo Car Mexico reached a historic sales record in the country that it had not seen since 2005.
From January to November, the automaker registered the sale of 3,555 units, a level 24.8% higher than that registered in the same period of 2021.
During the year, Volvo presented several models that strengthened its strategy: in March, the Volvo C40 Recharge, a car born under the concept of sustainable luxury; in May, a new T8 powertrain that provides longer electric range on some models; in November, the P6 powertrain and Plus versions in models like the Volvo C40 Recharge and Volvo XC40 BEV. And recently introduced the Volvo EX90 SUV.
Raymundo Cavazos, CEO of Volvo Car Mexico, stressed that the new sales record reached is a reflection of the automaker’s commitment to offering exceptional vehicles.
At a press conference, where the sales record was released, Cavazos reiterated that Volvo’s goal is also to care for people through the best sustainable and electric cars.
By 2025, Volvo expects half of its global sales to be all-electric cars.