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Volvo Trucks - Introducing our new gas powered trucks that can reduce CO2 emissions by 20-100%

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Volvo is now launching trucks that can cut CO2 emissions by 20 to 100 per cent. With a firm focus on new, energy-efficient technology for gas-powered vehicles, ...

Added on the 03/10/2017 17:30:01 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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