RRR Director S.S. Rajamouli purchases a new Volvo XC40 SUV for himself
Popular film director S.S. Rajamouli who is known for his blockbuster movies like the Bahubali series and recently launched ‘RRR’ has added a new car to his automobile collection. The successful movie director has purchased a new Volvo XC40 SUV for himself. Volvo has shared this information through the company’s Instagram profile.
The SUV which is purchased by S.S. Rajamouli is Fusion red in colour while the roof of the car is coloured black. The Volvo XC40 SUV has a starting price of Rs 44.50 lakh (ex-showroom).
“We humbly welcome pioneer film director and screenwriter @ssrajamouli to the Volvo Car India family. We wish him safe and comfortable journeys that are just as grand as his visions”, said the Instagram post by volvocarsin.
The Volvo XC40 SUV is powered by a 1969cc 4 cylinder petrol engine along with an automatic transmission. The maximum torque of the SUV is 300Nm while the maximum power is 187.4bhp. In terms of dimension, the SUV is 4425mm in length, 2034mm in width, and has a wheelbase of 2702mm. Volvo XC40 SUV gets a ground clearance of 211mm. The seating capacity of the SUV is 5 persons while the boot space is 460litres. The top speed of the SUV is 180 kmph while the tank capacity 54 liters.
The car gets a stand-out design, ample storage for your travel as well an open and tilt panoramic roof. In terms of safety, the SUV gets seven airbags, oncoming lane mitigation, intelligent driver-assist technology, lane-keeping aid and much more. Some of the important features for convenience include driver assistance technology, wireless device charging, Harman Kardon premium sound, and much more. Inside the cabin the car gets a 12.3-inch touchscreen and a full-TFT instrument console.
S.S. Rajamouli also owns a BMW 7-Series car along with a Land Rover Range Rover. On the professional front, the recently released ‘RRR’ directed by Rajamouli has crossed the 1100 crore mark in Box office. RRR is an epic period action drama film based on two freedom fighters during British rule in India.