Volvo rolls out its 10,000th Made-in-India electric XC40 Recharge SUV in Bengaluru

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19-01-2024

    Volvo Car India celebrates India production milestone of 10,000 cars

    Facility located in Hoskote near Bengaluru, has been instrumental

    XC60 takes the lead with over 4,000 units manufactured to date in India

Volvo Car India celebrates a significant achievement by reaching a production milestone of 10,000 cars at its Bengaluru facility. This accomplishment is attributed to the surging demand for luxury passenger vehicles in the country. The 10,000th vehicle, an all-electric XC40 Recharge SUV, symbolizes a noteworthy moment for the Swedish automaker.

Assembly operations began in 2017, with the XC90 XUV being the inaugural model to roll off the factory line. The facility, located in Hoskote near Bengaluru, has been instrumental in the production of various Volvo models. The XC60 takes the lead with over 4,000 units manufactured to date.

Volvo Car India’s commitment to the Indian luxury mobility segment is exemplified by the local assembly of all its models in the country, including the XC90, XC60, S90, XC40 Recharge, and the recently launched C40 Recharge. Despite the challenges posed by nearly three years of pandemic disruptions, the company’s steady capacity increase in Bengaluru reflects its dedication to the Indian market.

Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director of Volvo Car India, reportedly expressed pride in achieving this milestone within a short timeframe. Despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic, the company remains steadfast in its commitment to the luxury mobility sector in India. Currently, Volvo Cars reaches customers through a network of 25 dealerships in major cities across the country.

Volvo rolls out its 10,000th Made-in-India electric XC40 Recharge SUV in Bengaluru

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    Volvo Car India celebrates India production milestone of 10,000 cars

    Facility located in Hoskote near Bengaluru, has been instrumental

    XC60 takes the lead with over 4,000 units manufactured to date in India

Volvo Car India celebrates a significant achievement by reaching a production milestone of 10,000 cars at its Bengaluru facility. This accomplishment is attributed to the surging demand for luxury passenger vehicles in the country. The 10,000th vehicle, an all-electric XC40 Recharge SUV, symbolizes a noteworthy moment for the Swedish automaker.

Assembly operations began in 2017, with the XC90 XUV being the inaugural model to roll off the factory line. The facility, located in Hoskote near Bengaluru, has been instrumental in the production of various Volvo models. The XC60 takes the lead with over 4,000 units manufactured to date.

Volvo Car India’s commitment to the Indian luxury mobility segment is exemplified by the local assembly of all its models in the country, including the XC90, XC60, S90, XC40 Recharge, and the recently launched C40 Recharge. Despite the challenges posed by nearly three years of pandemic disruptions, the company’s steady capacity increase in Bengaluru reflects its dedication to the Indian market.

Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director of Volvo Car India, reportedly expressed pride in achieving this milestone within a short timeframe. Despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic, the company remains steadfast in its commitment to the luxury mobility sector in India. Currently, Volvo Cars reaches customers through a network of 25 dealerships in major cities across the country.

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