With just days to go before the Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the busiest online shopping days of Christmas. Sweden’s Volvo Cars has introduced a brand new way to take some of the hassle out Christmas shopping.
Premium car manufacturer has launched the world’s first delivery of the service commercially available in car by teaming up with PostNord, the Nordic region in communication and logistics supplier, Lekmer.com, the leading Nordic online toy and baby goods store, and Mat.se, the Swedish online grocery retailer , to the Christmas toys, gifts, food and drinks delivered to their cars.
Volvo In-car Delivery promises to bring some cheer back to the Christmas in eliminating the more unpleasant aspects of shopping seasons such as search a busy lack of parking in the city, crowds of people stressed and disappointed missed deliveries.
The Volvo In-car Delivery works by means of the key to digital, which is used to obtain a one-time to your car. Owners simply order online, you get a notification that the goods have been delivered to and just drive them home.
Volvo In-car Delivery is currently available only for Volvo drivers Gothenburg believe the Volvo On Call service, but will be introduced elsewhere in Sweden and other countries in the future. And there will be a wider range of goods available In-car Delivery as Volvo joins forces with companies more in the future.
The service is very simple to use. Volvo owners to choose In-car Delivery option during the online checkout when purchasing their gifts, food, drinks or other packages. The Volvo service In-car Delivery is a good example of the attitude of Volvo’s extensive how new technologies can be introduced to its fleet.
Volvo also keen to explore new technology, can be in the areas of safety, driving private or communication, but believes fundamentally in the Nordic utility, that is only present if the technology actually saves lives, saves time, adds the dimension of convenience or benefits to drivers.