QUEBEC CITY, Que., Canada – At -40° Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same. The horse-drawn carriage service here closes down – it is too cold for the horses to be outside. At the airport, a flight back to Detroit is delayed. The engines are frozen and won’t start. The mechanics from Volvo Cars who have traveled here from Sweden shiver, but the fleet of XC70 and V50 wagons they oversee perform like it was a day at the beach. Volvo and V50 A day of winter testing starts by cleaning the ...
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