Volvo says it will develop own diesel GOTEBURG, Sweden — AB Volvo says it will develop its own diesel engine for use in its passenger cars. Volvo currently buys diesel engines from Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Volkswagen AG. The engines, which will be available in Volvo vehicles within several years, will be built at the Volvo plant in Skovde, Sweden, and developed by Volvo's engine division. Volvo says its gas engines were developed with diesel variations in mind, making the development ...
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