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17 March 2008 :: 13:03:19 pm 3969

“Electrifying” – Volvo’s C30 Recharge Concept

"Electrifying!!" - the "Volvo C30 Recharge Concept" & Volvo C30 E85 Highlights the Best of Volvo’s Innovation for a better Environment at the Bangkok Motor Show
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Bangkok, the 17th of March 2008 [Pattaya Daily News]: Once again, some astounding innovations in safety, environmental technology and cool, clean Scandinavian design put Volvo back in front and in sharp focus on their stand at the Bangkok International Motor Show this year. The Company presents a true electrifying highlight – the Volvo Recharge Concept, the only one of its kind Volvo C30 powered by both E85 and a unique plug-in micro-hybrid system – together with a diverse range of both iconic Volvo vehicles and new launches. This must-see line-up, of course, includes the racy Volvo S60 family sports sedan; the stunning retractable hard top Volvo C70 coupe/convertible; the definitive estate car, Volvo V70; the world’s most awarded SUV, Volvo XC90; and the second generation all-new Volvo S80 flagship luxury sedan, launched late last year here, in Thailand, to great acclaim.

The show also heralds the long awaited official launch of the sexy Volvo C30 in Thailand, in both 2.4i gasohol E10 and bioethanol E85 Flexifuel Vehicle (FFV) production versions.

Volvo also confirms that all Volvo lightweight aluminium high performance diesel engine variants (the “D5″ in XC90, S80, V70 & S60) are all B5 biodiesel compliant.

“We are working towards a multi-powersource society where several energy-efficient solutions integrate and interact to address the complex climate, environmental and cost issues,” says Volvo Cars (Thailand) President, Paul Stokes. “For Volvo, over 80 years of experience in design and engineering, from a Scandinavian perspective, means that today, making a car is not only about offering futuristic attractive styling and the world’s best safety technology to consumers, it is also about acknowledging the environmental impact of cars, and dealing effectively with this in design, engineering, materials choice and manufacturing; and about the challenge of lowering emissions, including CO2, recyclability and thus creation of a vehicle that helps car owners save money in their wallets whilst also saving energy and our planet’s resources as a whole. That’s why “Volvo. For Life” is as poignant today as it has ever been! ”

Volvo promises that a range of Special Offers on a wide range of innovative and luxurious Volvo cars as well as the chance to experience the sporty yet environmentally friendly “Volvo C30 Recharge Concept” are awaiting you at stand A12 in Hall 101 of the Bangkok International Motor Show 2008. The event kicks off at Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) Bang Na from March 28th – April 6th, 2008.

For more information please contact:

Khun Waralee Bunnag
Senior Communications Manager
Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
Tel: +66-2-205-6627
Mobile: +66-81-643-1117
Email: waralee.bunnag@ogilvy.com

Khun Surasa Khlai-Aksorn
Communications Manager
Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
Tel: +66-2-205-6626
Mobile: +66-81-638-3862
Fax: +66-2-205-6686
Email: surasa.khlaiaksorn@ogilvy.com

Khun Chantana Vatanaromya
Vice President, Marketing
Volvo Car (Thailand) Ltd.
Tel: +66-2-319-9820
Fax: +66-2-719-9451
Email: cvatanar@volvocars.com

Khun Nuttha Jittrakorn
Marketing Administrative Officer
Volvo Car (Thailand) Ltd.
Tel: +66-2-319-9820
Fax: +66-2-719-9451
Email: njittrak@volvocars.com

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Business News

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