Volvo claims its supremacy as the most innovative car brand in the world by bagging 2 awards at The Car of the Year Awards 2020

Automotive Press Releases Tuesday March 24, 2020 16:55
กรุงเทพฯ--24 มี.ค.--Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations

Volvo’s luxurious and innovative The New Volvo V60 2.0 T8 Inscription AWD which does not compromise on has bagged the award for Best Hybrid Mid-Size Estate Under 2,000 c.c. and Volvo XC60 2.0 T8 R-Design AWD has been awarded - Best Hybrid SUV UNDER 2,000 c.c. at the recently held Car of the Year Awards 2020, hosted by Grand Prix International, at IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani. Accepting the award on behalf of Volvo was Jean-David Harel, Marketing Director of Volvo Car (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

This award further demonstrates Volvo’s commitment to creating a car that puts people first, and allows drivers and passengers to enjoy safe, smooth journeys that optimize personal comfort and choice.

Mr. Jean-David Harel, Marketing Director of Volvo (Thailand) said The New Volvo V60 has been created to serve fans with its signature blend of superior safety features coupled with innovative technology and the strong performance of the exciting T8 Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid 407 HP which is capable of acceleration from 0 – 100 km/ hour within 4.6 seconds.

It
designed to break the stereotype around old estate cars, among its long list of
features is a new panoramic sunroof to make sure you and your family never miss
a scenic moment along your journey with the V60 and the dynamic versatility of
unmatched cargo space that is expandable to upto 1,441 litres.

While The Volvo XC60 is the most advanced driver-oriented and lifestyle-supporting SUV designed to help drivers enjoy driving, regardless of the driving environment or situation. Experience the high performance of T8 Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid coupled with famous innovative driving technology such as the “Pilot Assist”, a semi-automatic driving system, an Adaptive Cruise Control. This model also offers special features like Keyless Entry, Power – Operated Hand-Free Tailgate Opening & Closing, a large 9-inch touch-screen center display, 12.3-inch driver display as well as other navigation systems.

Volvo is committed to
continuing the development of model ranges with new powertrains and the latest
advances in hi-tech equipment. Together
with our retail partners, we will continue to offer all customers the Freedom
to Move, in a Safe, Personal and Sustainable Way.”

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