Volvo Penta is demonstrating its dedication to the Indian market with the release of two new CPCB Stage II power generation engines, as well as a trip to Bangalore by the company’s president. Volvo Penta President Björn Ingemanson is making his first visit to India to meet with journalists and other key stakeholders, as well as to herald the release of two new 16-litre Volvo Penta genset units that round out the company’s range of CPCB Stage II (similar to EU Stage IIIA) emissions-compliant engines.
Swedish auto majors, Volvo, have entered into a contract with Bangalore based SM Kannappa to launch a new range of buses for India and other emerging markets. This new alliance will allow Volvo to target a bigger share of the bus market.
Volvo Car Group along with Swedish Transport Administration and Norwegian Public Roads Administration are together in the process of developing connected car technology to improve driving safety.
New gen S80 features Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with full auto brake. Laser Assisted Automatic Braking- City safety up to 50 km/hr will deploy brakes if they aren’t applied on time, and digital TFT Instrument Cluster with 3 Modes (Amberish ‘Elegance’, Greenish ‘ECO’ and Reddish ‘Performance’) facilitates changes inside according to mood.
Located at Terminal 3 Domestic Departure next to the information desk, the 925 sq.ft. Volvo Auto India will offer travellers and prospects with a truly Scandinavian environment and Volvo Retail Experience (VRE). Intended to help the passengers relax before boarding their flights, Volvo Lounge also enlightens visitors about technologies and concepts designed at Volvo.
New Delhi, 20th March 2014: Volvo Auto India today launched Volvo XC Adventure, a reality adventure series, in partnership with NDTV. The show will be aired every Thursday, at 8:30 pm on NDTV Prime for 13 weeks. Six teams with two participants each will explore the terrains of Madhya Pradesh with Volvo XC60. Keith Sequeira, the Raymond man will anchor the show.
Following an agreement entered into, Volvo Cars will now be supported by Tech Mahindra’s Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) practice team. Tech Mahindra Limited, leaders in connected solutions will offer IT infrastructure support and services to Volvo Car Group in various countries all across the globe including Sweden, Belgium and China.
Infosys, the Bangalore based leaders in consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions has announced on Monday that it has won a contract to develop and provide software applications for Volvo cars global operations. This is a multiyear contract to develop technology applications to support Volvo’s marketing and sales strategies besides customer service, manufacturing, product development and corporate functions.