MANCHESTER, Vermont, U.S.A. — Nearly totally revamped, the '01 Volvo Cross Country all-wheel-drive crossover model will bow in U.S. showrooms on Aug. 1. The Cross Country is expected to account for 18% of Volvo's worldwide sales this year. The Cross Country is manufactured exclusively at Volvo's Torslanda plant in Gothenburg, Sweden, and assembled on the same line that produces the S80 and V70. The line builds about 700 cars per day. Volvo forecasts sales of 14,000 Cross Country units ...

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