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Volvo and Geely open new R&D Centre


Not so long ago, Geely announced it would use in the future technology and car platforms developed by Volvo for its own products, and now a new step towards that goal has just completed: a new research center in Gothenburg has begun operations. The new Gothenburg R&D Centre will have as immediate task the development of a new modular architecture and ...
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