One model that Volvo's executive team and dealers in the U.S. have been asking for will be coming within the next few years.
Speaking with Dutch publication AutoVisie, Volvo's marketing chief Alain Visser revealed that the next-generation V40 hatchback would be coming to the U.S. in the next few years. This is part of change at the company to stop developing region-specific models as they are too small for this.
"For all the new models is that they are global players and each model has their own way relevant to a particular market," said Visser.
The next-generation V40 will use a new modular platform that is being jointly worked on by Volvo and Geely. This new platform will also underpin a new compact crossover named XC40.