Volvo P2 platform
|Volvo P2 platform|
|Also called||Ford D3 platform, Ford CDW27 platform a derivative of Volvo's P2 platform|
|Production||Volvo P2: 1998–2016|
|Body and chassis|
|Related||Ford D3 platform|
|Predecessor||Volvo P80 platform|
|Successor||Volvo P3 platform|
The Volvo P2 platform is a global full-size unibody automobile platform developed and produced by Volvo. It is designed for single wheelbases and is adaptable to front- or all wheel drive configurations. It was developed by the automaker before its 1999 acquisition by Ford Motor Company, and debuted with the 1998 Volvo S80.
The platform was in use from 1998 and was slowly phased out beginning in 2006. The first generation XC90 remained in production until 2014 at which point it was the only model still in production based on this platform. For the Chinese market a special version of the XC90 called XC Classic was made from 2014 to 2016. After the second generation XC90 had been launched in all markets the platform was retired.
|P2 platform vehicles (Volvo)|
|Vehicle Name||Image||Production||Bodystyle(s)||Model Code||Notes|
|Volvo S80||1998–2006||4-door saloon||
||launched for the 1999 model year|
|Volvo S60||2000–2009||4-door saloon||
|Volvo V70||2000–2007||5-door estate||
|Volvo XC70||2000–2007||5-door estate||
|Volvo XC90||2002–2014||5-door crossover SUV||
||launched for the 2003 model year|
|Volvo XC Classic||2014–2016||5-door crossover SUV||P28||rebranded version of the XC90|
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- Adrian Padeanu (11 September 2014). "First generation Volvo XC90 to live on in China as XC Classic". www.motor1.com. Archived from the original on 2016-04-10. Retrieved 2016-01-29.
- Tycho de Feijter (16 September 2014). "Volvo XC Classic hits the Chinese car market". www.carnewschina.com. Archived from the original on 2015-07-28. Retrieved 2017-07-14.