GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Volvo Car Corp. will add a new, smaller car to its lineup to reach its overall volume goal of 600,000 units a year, according to CEO Hans-Olov Olsson. "We are definitely looking into a smaller car that will bring us to our volume expectations," Olsson says at a recent industry conference. "When we enter the segment, it will be with the safest small car in the world." He does not give a date for the launch but says a production scenario of 600,000 units is a mid-term ...

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