As Volvo is now under Chinese automaker Geely, Volvo is eying on a bigger market share in China. Their goal is to double its sales to 800,000 by 2020. The Swedish marque is set to unveil the Concept Universe at this week’s Shanghai Motor Show. Ahead of its debut, Volvo has released a short teaser video on its new concept.

There’s no news on what this concept is all about, but from the video, it sure looks like a sleek huge sedan. I personally think Volvo should make a come back after suffering losses, to challenge rivals of its league such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW. And I believe they are on the right track.


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