Volvo P2 platform

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Volvo P2 platform
Overview
Manufacturer Volvo
Also called Ford D3 platform, a derivative of Volvo's P2 platform
Production Volvo P2: 1998-present
Ford D3: 2005-present
Assembly Volvo: Torslanda, Sweden (Torslandaverken) (-2014)
Daqing, China (2014-)
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size car
Full-size car
Full-size luxury car
Layout Front engine
front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive
Body style(s) 4-door Sedan
5-door Station wagon
5-door Full-size CUV
5-door Mid-size SUV
Vehicles See listing
Powertrain
Engine(s) I5
I6
V8
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual,
6-speed manual,
4-speed automatic,[1]
5-speed automatic,
6-speed automatic
Chronology
Predecessor Volvo P80 platform
Successor Volvo P3 platform[2]

The Volvo P2 platform is a global full-size unibody automobile platform produced by Volvo. It is designed for single wheelbases, but is adaptable to front- or all wheel drive vehicles. It was developed by the automaker before its 1999 acquisition by Ford Motor Company, and debuted with the 1998 Volvo S80.[3]

Vehicles[edit]

P2 platform vehicles (Volvo)
Vehicle Name Image Production Bodystyle(s) Model Code Notes
Volvo S80 99-03 Volvo S80 2.9.jpg 1998–2006 4-door saloon P23
Volvo S60 Volvo S60R Forss.jpg 2000–2009 4-door saloon P24
Volvo V70/XC70
Volvo V70R.jpg

Volvo XC70 -- 06-23-2011.jpg

2000–2007 5-door estate P26E
P26L (XC70)
All-wheel drive versions marketed as XC70 (V70 XC before 2003)
Volvo XC90 Volvo XC90 V8 -- 05-21-2012.JPG 2002–2014[4] 5-door crossover SUV P28
Volvo XC Classic[5] 2014[6]–present 5-door crossover SUV P28 Rebranded version of the XC90

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