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    Volvo models have collected new honours in the 2021 Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards, led by the XC40 which has been crowned Best Medium SUV. The S60 saloon has also taken a share of the limelight, being highly commended in the Best Compact Executive category.
    More than three years on from its launch, the Volvo XC40 premium compact SUV continues to set the standards in its class, honoured as the Family SUV of the Year in the What Car? Car of the Year Awards for the third time. It’s a fitting culmination to a year in which Volvo’s best-selling model in the UK has also been the premium market’s most popular SUV, taking the lead in one of the most fiercely...
    The Volvo XC40 has scored an impressive hat-trick of wins, taking its third successive Premium Crossover title in the Company Car Today CCT100 Awards. This year, Volvo doubled up on its honours tally, with the mid-size XC60 winning the Premium SUV award.
    Volvo’s new Recharge plug-in hybrid models have enjoyed great success in their first appearance in the annual Caravan and Motorhome Club Towcar of the Year Awards, netting a haul of four honours between them. The results are a further boost to the reputation of Volvo’s plug-in hybrid technology for delivering excellent efficiency without diminishing performance.
    Volvo's progressive and wide-ranging electrification programme has delivered a second plug-in petrol-electric hybrid powertrain for the multi-award-winning XC40 compact SUV. The introduction of the new XC40 Recharge Plug-in Hybrid T4 increases customer choice and opens the highly efficient plug-in hybrid technology to a wider market.
    The first of five fully electric cars to be launched by the Swedish company over the next five years, the XC40 Recharge Pure Electric P8 is capable of a travelling more than 249 miles on a single charge, and can be charged to 80% of its battery capacity in as little as 40 minutes using a fast charger.
    Volvo Cars invites you take part of the reveal of its first fully electric car; the electric XC40. At this event, Volvo Cars will also present the company’s strategic direction towards a more sustainable future.
    Volvo Cars is fundamentally rethinking infotainment in the forthcoming fully electric Volvo XC40. Powered by Android, the new infotainment system offers customers unprecedented personalisation, improved levels of intuitiveness and new embedded Google technology and services.
    Volvo has enjoyed unprecedented success in News UK’s Motor Awards 2019, being the first winner of the new Car Manufacturer of the Year title and receiving two further category honours – best small SUV/crossover for the XC40 and best family car for the V60 estate.
    Sometimes less really is more: the forthcoming battery-powered Volvo XC40 SUV, Volvo Cars’ first fully electric car, proves that Volvo cars can be made better by taking certain things away.