The new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version of Volvo's well-received XC40 SUV is available to order now, with prices starting from £40,905.
The new Volvo S60 ushers in not just a new take on the premium executive saloon, but also a couple of brand firsts: it's the first Volvo to be produced in a new facility in South Carolina, but is also the first new Volvo to be launched without the option of a diesel engine, part of the company's drive towards electrification.
The Volvo XC40, already our favourite compact SUV, has received a number of equipment and powertrain upgrades.
I have a dream. A fairly modest dream, admittedly. It's that one day, we'll all stop buying SUVs. I modestly suggest that we might turn to the humble estate car instead, and if you're one of those who genuinely need all-wheel-drive, Volvo's new V60 Cross Country could be all the car you'll ever need.
The Volvo XC90 has been refreshed for the 2020 model year. The bigger news, however, is the arrival of a series of mild-hybrid engine options wearing a new 'B' badge.
There's a lot to like about the Volvo XC40, but by the time you've chosen a chunky engine and plumped for a few modest options, it's not hard to find yourself staring at a price tag of forty grand. Thing is, reign it all and you can park an XC40 T3 on your drive and still have change from £30,000.
I guess you could say the Volvo V60 is the company's spiritual heartland; the premium family wagon. The thing is, there's a reason we all used to buy estate cars, one we hope people remember before too long - they offer all the practicalities of an SUV, but with none of the downsides.
Building on its long-running expertise in rugged, off-road capable family estate cars, Volvo has unveiled the latest addition to the line-up, the new V60 Cross Country.
Reflecting the continuing fall in popularity of diesel, Volvo has made its T5 petrol engine available in its S90 saloon, V90 estate and XC90 SUV ranges.
I'm a fan of the Volvo XC60, the new XC40's bigger brother. Trouble is, it's a little pricey. Not surprising, then, that my interest was well and truly piqued when the XC40 slotted in well below it. So, I ordered one. And then so did about 80,000 other people. Here's why.
With apologies to The Wizard of Oz: ding, dong, diesel is dead. Or so we're being endlessly told, anyway, with diesel's market share now at a 17-year low. So what are we supposed to do? Thankfully, there is an answer, and it comes in the form of our old friend, petrol. We spent a week with a Volvo XC60 T5 to see how it fared.
Watch our video review of the new Volvo XC40.