PARIS – Despite the buzz it provoked, Volvo Car has decided not to put the YCC concept car aimed at women into production. So says a report in the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Volvo YCC Concept designed by women for women’s needs. The concept car, presented in March at the Geneva auto show, features dozens of ideas from a team of women designers aimed at making cars easier to use. "In premium cars, if you meet the expectations of women, you exceed those of men," says a ...

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