Volvo Trucks, the brand behind YouTube’s most epic commercial is back with a new video. And this time, instead of Jean-Claude Van Damme doing the splits, it’s an unsuspecting valet on his first day of job who’s put in an uncomfortable position.
In this commercial, Volvo pranks a new valet at the San Remo Casino to see how he would handle a surprise showing up on the red carpet. It seems like sweet gig for a young guy to watch beautiful people coming and going in and out of the casino, besides getting behind the wheel of a plethora exotic sports cars.
But wait till you see what Volvo has up its sleeves as the valet boy was pretty shocked by what he sees and doesn’t know how to react. We don’t want to spoil it for you, so just watch the video below to find out. You can also check out the behind-the-scenes clip, here.
On separate note, Volvo Trucks Malaysia recently unveils the all new Volvo FM and Volvo FMX to the Malaysian market. Launched in conjunction with the ASEAN Logistics and Transport Show 2014, the new trucks are set to become the future generation of haulers set to contribute to the nation’s growing economy.
The new Volvo FM is an ideal all-round player in Volvo Trucks’ model range, offering the highest levels of flexibility and transport efficiency as it covers the needs of most customers. Among the new features are an improved driver’s cab and suspension system that boosts the truck’s first-class driving properties.
The Volvo FM now has a lower weight, new axle configurations, increased chassis flexibility and crystal-clear interfaces that allow the customer to tailor the perfect truck for the job. Needless to say, the truck also offers the driver a completely new and enhanced working environment.
The new Volvo FMX conversely, is a new construction truck loaded with ground-breaking innovations for more efficient construction work – making it undoubtedly the best construction truck on the market.
Developed with a focus on driver’s efficiency and productivity, the cab interior has been completely redesigned with a number of innovations to make the driver’s job both safer and more efficient.
The new Volvo FMX cab is made of high-tensile steel and all the components in the front structure have been redesigned to improve the robustness and handling of the truck in rough construction environments. Among the other new features is a rear air suspension system that provides enhanced comfort and mobility with excellent ground clearance.
Both the Volvo FM and FMX trucks can also be equipped with Dynafleet, Volvo Trucks’ proprietary web-based tool and system that streamlines the planning and execution of fleet management for improved profitability. The Dynafleet Fuel and Environment feature utilizes telematics, allowing companies to follow up on fuel consumption over time, identifying driving habits and ascertain the cost saving potentials in favor of an increased profitability for Volvo Trucks’ customers.