Volvo launches new S80 sedan; prices start at Rs 41.35 lakh

Tags: Cars
Swedish luxury car-maker Volvo Auto India today launched an updated version of its S80 sedan in India, with price starting at Rs 41.35 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The new generation Volvo S80 comes with various features including pedestrian and cyclist detection with full auto brake, Volvo Auto India said in a statement.

The car would be available in the country in two diesel variants, priced at Rs 41.35 lakh and Rs 44.80 lakh respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The company also launched its first exclusive lounge at the Terminal 3 domestic departure, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.

"Terminal 3 IGI Airport is one of the largest aviation hubs in South Asia with a heavy influx of high profile fliers. Creating a Volvo lounge at such a strategic location is yet another step closer towards our existing and prospective customers," Volvo Auto India

MD Tomas Ernberg said.

Commenting on the launch of S80 sedan Ernberg said: "We have focused on quality and attention to detail in order to give S80 a major boost and sharpen its competitiveness."

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