Volvo Car Corporation is rewriting the rulebook on how we will use our cars in the future with its 3CC prototype being unveiled to the public for the first time at the Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Shanghai, October 12-14.
Spurred by the growing need to tackle congestion and pollution issues, Volvo Car Corporation has developed a radically new approach to sustainable mobility with a striking concept; a sport car with a `surprise in the back´.
For almost 10 years, Volvo Car Corporation has helped European customers solve the challenge of aiding the environment by lowering emissions and saving money on fuel costs without losing vehicle performance. Now consumers in China, the world’s fastest growing car market, will get the chance to see Volvo’s ‘green gas’ Bi-Fuel technology in action.
Volvo Car Corporation will spotlight its leading edge low emission technology and design solutions geared to help preserve the environment with a range of production and concept cars at the international Michelin Challenge Bibendum clean vehicles competition in Shanghai, China, October 12-14.
The innovative Volvo 3CC concept car beat off competition from the world’s other car makers to win a total five gold medals for its environmental performance as well as taking the overall prize for best prototype design at the Michelin Challenge Bibendum contest. Two other Volvo cars, the Volvo S80 T6 and S60 PZEV, also won medals, scooping Volvo Car Corporation 10 gold and six silver medals in al...