Readers in Scotland should be eager to check out this year’s GreenFleet Scotland event in Edinburgh: with Volvo planning to bring its most environmentally friendly models to the event – including the all-new Volvo V40 (pictured).
The Volvo V40 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March with UK deliveries beginning this month: and with CO2 emissions of just 94g/km, it is sure to be among the star attractions at the event.
It fits into the lowest benefit-in-kind tax bracket of 13 per cent for the new tax year; and enjoys zero vehicle excise duty. It has also been well received by the fleet industry thanks to its strong residual values.
Of course, the Volvo V40 won’t be the only green car on display from the Swedish carmaker. It will also include the established Volvo S60 and Volvo V60 models, which boast CO2 emissions of just 114g/km and 119g/km respectively.
In addition, there will be four seminars adopting the theme “2020 Vision – Where Green Becomes Clear”, which will look at Volvo’s plans to introduce the world’s first plug-in diesel hybrid, with CO2 emissions of just 49g/km – the Volvo V60 D6 AWD.
GreenFleet Scotland is now in its fourth year and takes place at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, on September 16.
Paul is a freelance writer with a background in everything from motoring to finance; and holidays to women's undergarments he just writes about them, honestly! He has now sadly crept into his early 30s and seems to have forgotten everything learned at school Still, he's a green car fanatic and isn't that what counts?
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