View Full Version : V20, even smaller than S/V40?



goVolvo
09-21-2017, 04:31 PM
Seems too small. Two door maybe? Will come to US?

And separate sub-forum for S20/V20? I see too many sub-forums now.

Mjoelnir
09-22-2017, 12:16 AM
I agree. Why are there still no separate subforums for XC60 and S60/V60, but there are now subforums for cars that haven't even been announced?

inteller
09-22-2017, 07:25 AM
yeah talk about ****ting up the forums.

christopher.moor
09-22-2017, 07:29 AM
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Could these be possible V20s?


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goVolvo
09-22-2017, 08:45 PM
If this is real photo not rendering, I think it not pretty.

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09-25-2017, 07:31 PM
yeah talk about ****ting up the forums.

At this point we don't need three separate __20 subforums.

I will setup a separate XC60 (SPA) now that it has launched.

Mjoelnir
09-25-2017, 11:25 PM
Thank you for cleaning up, Chris! Now It's just fine!

VolvoGoteborg
03-06-2018, 02:07 PM
The 20 series is currently under review.

With the development of the new BMA architecture (smaller than CMA but evolved from it) for Geely by CEVT (Geely-Volvo centre based in Sweden), a 20 series is very doable.

With the synergy with Geely the economies of scale for the BMA platform are there so this is a low risk venture for Volvo. A useful introductory point to the brand. Risks are making the interior parts of a high enough quality and standard to be a Volvo but still have a good profit on each 20 series sold.

Other options are to let Lynk move into the 20 series space leaving Volvo to larger cars.

FusionRedXC60
06-01-2018, 09:32 PM
The 20 series is currently under review.

With the development of the new BMA architecture (smaller than CMA but evolved from it) for Geely by CEVT (Geely-Volvo centre based in Sweden), a 20 series is very doable.

With the synergy with Geely the economies of scale for the BMA platform are there so this is a low risk venture for Volvo. A useful introductory point to the brand. Risks are making the interior parts of a high enough quality and standard to be a Volvo but still have a good profit on each 20 series sold.

Other options are to let Lynk move into the 20 series space leaving Volvo to larger cars.Anything is doable, but a smaller and more eco car needs to be profitable and easy servicing. Let LYNK do 20 size is a better idea. But they need a factory to build enough cars in Europe.

40 series are the smallest to be welcomed by American I think. 20 could be better for Europe and Asia.

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