Volvo Auto India, the automobile manufacturer giant has decided to launch the upgraded version of its premium luxury sedan S80, in the Indian market. Volvo Auto India, the domestic arm of Sweden-based Volvo Car Corporation has aimed this step under its expansion plan.
The new upgraded Volvo S80 incorporates a D5 Twin-Turbo diesel engine, which is believed to deliver a high performance at low fuel consumption. Additionally, it sports many advanced technical features including Twin Turbo and Peizo high-pressure technology.
The engine is capable to generate a power of 205 horsepower and a torque of 420 Nm. The car gives a mileage of 13.1 kmpl while emits Carbon dioxide at relatively low rate of 203gms/km. The engine's diesel particulate filter effectively controls the soot particles in the exhaust gasses and its unique emission control system helps in controlling nitrogen oxide level.
Moreover, significant changes have been made to beautify the interior of the car. Its interior is furnished with the clean surfaces, harmonious lines with extremely comfortable seats. It's distinctive Volvo IAQS (Interior Air Quality System) helps in checking the amount of particles, pollen, gases and certain unpleasant odours to enter the passenger area.
The chrome detailing work on the lower part of the door mouldings, exhaust, under the tail lamps and on the air intakes adds more dynamism to the look of the car.
Under the expansion plan, Volvo Auto India has planned to add five more to its dealership network of seven dealers including the dealerships in Delhi, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Chennai and Pune by the end of the December of this year.
Volvo S80 is available in nine colours at the Ex-showroom Mumbai price of Rs. 38.79 lakh at and at Ex-showroom Delhi price of Rs. 37 lakh.
- Marathon Pharma to sell decades-old drug to treat DMD for $89,000
- FedEx Launches FedEx Fulfillment for Small Business to Compete with Amazon
- CDC updates 2017 advisory for recommended flu shots
- Coca-Cola Helped by Strong North American Demand but Company Issues Lackluster Future Guidance
- Women with dense breasts more likely to develop breast cancer: study