It seems that everybody and their cousin wants a piece of cake. Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7 Series, Audi A8 and Lexus LS. Then there are the less conventional choices such as the Jaguar XJ, Maserati Quattroporte, Volkswagen Phaeton and Hyundai Equus. Cadillac also toying into action. But after months – even years – back and forth, the recent report, we do not expect a challenger to Volvo in the near future.
The Swedish carmaker has been entertaining the idea of ??jumping into the stratosphere with its own S-Class challenger, but presented in spite of the concept car pictured above universe of Shanghai a few days ago, the recent reports that Volvo is not actually preparing an attack on the given area.
Word is reported directly from the mouth of the horse is proverbial: the Volvo's CEO Stefan Jacoby, the disclosure of dreams disappointed by Li Shufu, chairman of the Chinese car maker Geely, which Volvo bought last year for 1.8 billion U.S. dollars th Jacoby says the company must focus on its current lineup, and key issues for new assembly plants in China. Shows that the universe was of the car, so it remains a mystery to us how his bulbous front end.