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Vehicles will be used in the transportation of visitors
Volare, the Brazilian leader in the production of light passenger vehicles, will supply 14 Volare V8L 4X4 units to Dubai Safari Park, a new theme park that will open in the first quarter of this year in the United Arab Emirates. The units will be used to transport visitors to the new theme park.
The Volare V8L 4x4 developed for the Dubai Safari Park has features and qualities to travel in difficult to reach regions and provide comfort and safety for passengers where a conventional traction system can not be used. The model has a different traction system with front axle traction and transmission system with the option to use 4X2 (only traction on the rear wheels), 4X4 (traction on the front and rear wheels) and 4X4 reduced.
"This is the first major deal closed in the year and it demonstrates the growth that Volare is achieving in the international market. The exhibition of vehicles at Dubai Safari Park will be huge as we will carry visitors from all over the world. Our model was chosen because of its proven off-road characteristics and we have developed three different internal configurations to meet customer demands, "explains Rodrigo Bisi, the company's Export Manager.
There will be ten vehicles capable of carrying 23 passengers. Two units equipped with lift for people with reduced mobility, 14 armchairs and two stations for PPDs (Disabled People) and there will be also two units with 15 seats and games table. All minibuses have a set for the tour guide.
The Volare 4X4 has larger inlet and outlet angles, spare tire in the rear luggage compartment, special protection for the engine crankcase and the fuel tank. Its body features a higher side skirt, reinforced suspension, differentiated signage and mirrors that allow full visualization around the vehicle providing greater ease and safety in maneuvers and displacements.
Image credit: Gelson Melo da Costa