Volvo's focus at the Geneva motor show is its DRIVe range, which is being extended to include its bigger, thirstier cars.
You can already buy C30, S40 and V50 DRIVe models, but the Swedish manufacturer is showing off its XC60 SUV, its big V70 and XC70 estates and S80 executive car that come with Volvo's range of tweaks that reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel economy.
All DRIVe models use a conventional diesel engine and a manual gearbox optimised for low fuel consumption, as well as low-rolling-resistance tyres and aerodynamic bodies.
In addition, the C30, S40 and V50 all feature engine stop-start and an energy-regeneration system to further reduce emissions.
The XC60 and XC70 both benefit from the introduction of front-wheel drive, which drops emissions below 160g/km, boosting the car's appeal to company car buyers.
The cars will all be available in the UK this summer, with prices announced closer to their on-sale dates.
The DRIVe range
C30 Start/Stop Engine 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel Emissions 104g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 72.4mpg
S40 Start/Stop Engine 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel Emissions 107g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 70.6mpg
V50 Start/Stop Engine 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel Emissions 107g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 70.6mpg
V70 Engine 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel Emissions 129g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 57.6mpg
S80 Engine 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel Emissions 129g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 57.6mpg
XC60 Engine 173bhp 2.4-litre diesel Emissions 159g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 47.1mpg
XC70 Engine 173bhp 2.4-litre diesel Emissions 159g/km of CO2 Fuel consumption 47.1mpg
Volvo S80 This is the face-lifted Volvo S80 saloon, which goes on sale this summer.
The engine line-up will include three new diesels. These are:
A 202bhp 2.4-litre unit that averages 45.6mpg and emits 164g/km of CO2
A 173bhp 2.4-litre unit that averages 48.7mpg and emits 154g/km of CO2
A 107bhp 1.6-litre diesel that averages 57.6mph and emits 129g/km of CO2, which will be marketed under the DRIVe banner