Volvo Cars Undergo Engine Refinements

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Volvo – The next Step in “DRIVe Towards Zero Strategy”

With phenomenal technological advancements to its diesel engines, Volvo are aiming towards engines that are both eco-friendly and superb in performance, with its DRIVe towards zero strategy.

The “DRIVe” symbol, set to be renamed Drive-E, signifies low CO2 emitting engines.

Volvo continues to demonstrate leading strength when it comes to fuel efficiency, with CO2 emissions down by 13% over the last two years.

Volvo is also pleased to reveal that it has boosted its infotainment system in line with the all-new Volvo V40. This new technology allows drivers to specify road sign details, active high beam and tunnel detection.

2013 models will see remarkable reductions in the level of CO2 emissions, with diesel-powered models such as the Volvo S60, S80, V60 and V70, boasting CO2 emissions of less than 120 g/km.

Individuals opting to lease any of these Volvo models will enjoy total of 136 hp from the new engines, plus a 350 Nm torque.

Volvo: gracing our roads since 1927.

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Andrew Kirkley

Director at OSV Ltd
Andrew enjoys: Movies and travelling to new cities to explore different cultures.

Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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