Volvo starts selling its China-made models here

Authorised agent Wearnes Automotive has started with the S90 flagship sedan (above and left) and XC60 mid-sized crossover. Volvo Cars is owned by Chinese carmaker Geely Holdings, which also owns Lotus and Proton.
Authorised agent Wearnes Automotive has started with the S90 flagship sedan (above) and XC60 mid-sized crossover. Volvo Cars is owned by Chinese carmaker Geely Holdings, which also owns Lotus and Proton.ST PHOTO: TOH YONG CHUAN
Authorised agent Wearnes Automotive has started with the S90 flagship sedan (above and left) and XC60 mid-sized crossover. Volvo Cars is owned by Chinese carmaker Geely Holdings, which also owns Lotus and Proton.
Authorised agent Wearnes Automotive has started with the S90 flagship sedan (above) and XC60 mid-sized crossover. Volvo Cars is owned by Chinese carmaker Geely Holdings, which also owns Lotus and Proton.ST PHOTO: TOH YONG CHUAN

It says move won't result in cost savings but will address capacity limitations in plants elsewhere

Volvo Cars has become the first non-Chinese brand to import China-made cars into Singapore.

Volvo's authorised agent Wearnes Automotive has begun selling made-in-China models - starting with the S90 flagship sedan and XC60 mid-sized crossover.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 05, 2019, with the headline 'Volvo starts selling its China-made models here'. Print Edition | Subscribe