Volvo has plants in Torslanda, Sweden; Gent, Belgium; Daqing, China; Chengdu, China; and Berkeley County, S.C., AutoGuide.com reported in 2019.
At the time, the company was manufacturing the XC60, V90, V90 Cross Country, and the XC90 at its Torslanda plant; the V60 and the XC40 in Gent; the S90 in Daqing; and the S60 in Berkeley County.
Volvo was also gearing up to produce its Polestar 1, Polestar 2, and Polestar 3 in Chengdu, the site reported.
Amid the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China, Volvo Cars CEO Håkan Samuelsson said that the company wasn’t planning to export future models from China to the U.S., according to German publication Automobilwoche.
“Given the recent developments in trade policy, I do not think it is likely that we will do this,” Samuelsson said, according to CarBuzz. “We will produce our vehicles where we will sell them.”
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