Volvo remains on track to introduce a new range of engines to its 2013 line-up.

The company will launch new downsized petrol and cleaner diesel engines, although remains unsure if its black-pump versions will make it to the US market.

Volvo CEO Stefan Jacoby said, “We are taking a deep look at whether we will introduce the diesels to the US.” But according to Jacoby, “We haven’t decided yet.”

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The introduction of diesels could see company sales boosted, although, “We are at the bottom, but looking up,” he added.

Volvo has recently ungraded its engines for the company's 2011-model year range, including the new 2.0-litre, five-cylinder diesel engine that replaced the old 133bhp four-cylinder unit. A new 113bhp 1.6-litre diesel, badged D2, is also fitted to the C30, S40 and V50.Read about Volvo's revamped 2011 engine range

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