STOCKHOLM — Rolling out its all-new S60 sedan at a press preview in Sweden last month, Volvo Cars Corp. unveiled a new weapon in its campaign to dispel the notion that it is primarily a station wagon company. Mark LaNeve, president of Volvo Cars of North America, predicts that with the S60, VCNA will sell 100,000 sedans alone, while overall sales will hit 160,000 units in 2001. Inspired by the C70 coupe, Volvo designers have created their sportiest sedan yet in the S60. The difficult job ...

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