Volvo will be showcasing four of its vehicles at this year’s GreenFleet Scotland show in Ingleston at the Royal Highland Centre. The event will take place on 16th September and will be the fourth year that the show has been put on. Visitors will be able to check out and drive the latest green models. There will be four seminar sessions on Green issues which will reflect Volvo’s philosophy as it gets ready to launch the Volvo V60 D6 AWD, the world’s first plug-in diesel hybrid. This car will arrive in the early part of 2013 and has a low CO2 of 49g/km.
The all-new Volvo V40, with its low CO2 of just 94g/km, will be on display and visitors will have the chance to drive four models, one of which is the Volvo V40 D2 SE. Volvo has designed many of its models with the business motorist in mind. The S60 and V60 SE have a good BIK 2012/13 category of 16% for the Volvo S60 and 17% for the Volvo V60 and the company predicts very good residual values.