China is a very important market for all carmakers, so when it comes to the automotive industry. A lot of specialists have decided to develop their very own long-wheelbase model and, as expected, Volvo is one of them. The company has started a serious campaign of series production of the new Volvo S60L. If you take a look in the photo gallery you will realize that this is actually a monger version of the S60 sedan. The process will take place in the China at the Chengdu plant. We will all have the opportunity to see it for the first time at the Guangzhou Motor Show that will take place starting with the 21st of November.
Until now, the first car produced was a S60L that has been offered with a Seashell colour. As far as Volvo is concerned, China is their home market, right after Sweden. This is why this move, the manufacturing of a model especially for the largest car market, was a very important and vital move, in the end. The development of the S60L was part of their long term strategy, at least for the premium business plan. So far, Volvo anticipates sales that can go up to 800.000 a year by 2020. This year was a very good year for Volvo as retail deliveries surpassed 40% in comparison to the same period of time last year. Some of the best models Volvo has for the Chinese market are the XC60, S60 and also he V60.
The V40 is not very far either. So far there are more than 150 Volvo dealerships in China, which is quite impressive if we take into consideration the fact that there have been only 50 two years ago. These are all the details available on the matter. Please check out the photo gallery we have prepared for you and see some of the people that managed to do this great job.
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