Volvo New Cars in India
Volvo is a Swedish car maker, owned by the Ford Motor Company. In India, the range comprises the S60 and S80 sedans and the XC60 and XC90 SUVs. Volvo presently imports all its cars into India, and there isn't an assembly plant in the country as yet. Volvo is a premium brand, and competes with the likes of Mercedes, BMW and Audi. Its cars and SUVs have a reputation for safety, and indeed it was Volvo that first developed an installed seat belts in all its cars.
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Volvo Car Group has embarked upon the production stage of the maiden engine variants in the new, high-efficiency four-cylinder engine family. The engineering and production stage is being undertaken in-house at Volvo Car Group and form a crucial aspect of the company's strategy for attaining self-reliance.
Volvo electric car are entering into a new dimension. Touching a speed of 70 km/h from 0 km/h in merely 5.9 seconds and involving a full recharge in only 1.5 hours - the first batch of new-age electric cars coming out from the strategic joint venture of Volvo Cars and Siemens truly perform on Volvo's commitment to electrification by enhancing acceleration and customer flexibility.
It hasn't been the best of years for the Indian auto industry. Data compiled by the Society of Indian Autmobile Manufacturers (SIAM) shows that over the past 12 months, production has grown by just 1.2 %, from April 2012 till March 2013. The industry produced 1,685,355 vehicles in March 2013 as against 1,845,868 in March 2012, which declined by (-) 8.70 percent.
In a cricket-crazy nation, finally golf has receives a triumphant recognition from one of the bigwig of car world. Volvo India has roped in golfer Jeev Milkha Singh as its brand ambassador in India.
Volvo Car Group's new engine family VEA (Volvo Engine Architecture) will be launched this autumn with world-first i-ART technology that helps to cut fuel consumption in the new diesel engines.