Trading Enterprises, a subsidiary of Al-Futtaim Group, the exclusive distributor of Volvo cars in the United Arab Emirates, “Volvo Studio”, has introduced its first-of-its-kind shopping experience in the region, highlighting the automotive brand’s commitment. Motivating change in the automotive industry.
Volvo Studio is located in the Dubai Festival Plaza, Jebel Ali District, and is open daily from 10am to 10pm, offering customers an unparalleled shopping experience in the automotive world.
Through Volvo Studio, Volvo Cars aims to further modernize the car buying experience for its customers as they will enjoy enhanced shopping experience with personalized performance experiences and the highest quality service, all of which are similar words of encouragement in the automotive world. .
The launch of Volvo Studio is a pioneering change in how and where the automotive industry attracts customers. This distinguishes Volvo from its goal of breaking online retail sales and completing online car sales by 2030. The trend is to combine the traditional car with the Al-Futtaim Motors Group’s integrated end-to-end omniscient retail strategy. The buying experience is very different and speeds up online sales.
Oscar Rivoli, Managing Director, Trading Enterprises, commented, “Through Al-Futtaim’s innate customer-centric approach and relentless pursuit of perfection, we are committed to continuing to diversify our offerings and fulfilling our commitment to enriching the lives of our customers every day. We are pleased to announce the opening of Volvo Studios as a breakthrough experience in the future of customer purchases in the automotive industry and a testament to our commitment to lead the future of the United Arab Emirates. In line with Volvo’s 2030 electrification and online strategy, we want to provide our customers with a convenient way to purchase Volvo cars. Simplicity and comfort are the key to all our achievements.
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