Volvo Cars says it may increase production of its new XC90 SUV due to the loss of 350 units when a Norwegian cargo ship sunk in the English Channel last week. Some 2,900 Volvo, Saab and BMW brand vehicles were lost. Most of the XC90s were U.S. bound, says the Associated Press. Volvo says it has had an increase in orders for the vehicle, which already has a relatively long delivery time of up to a year in Sweden. Volvo’s original output was set at 50,000 units annually, but now the auto ...
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