Has Volvo, the premier family car manufacturer, lost its way? Even though Ford now owns this Swedish company, I somehow suspect that Volvo isn’t building cars targeted at the American market, hence its late arrival in the SUV market. Still, for families with children, which I think is Volvo’s core market, nothing beats the convenience of a minivan in terms of passenger space and accessibility. So, where’s the Volvo minivan? I looked at some of Volvo’s concept cars and didn’t spot a minivan among them. Too bad. In a day and age when two infant car seats can completely crowd out the entire rear row of a sedan or wagon, having the full-sized third row becomes more of a necessity than a luxury.