FRANKFURT – It was the second day of press previews at last fall’s Frankfurt auto show and Guy Burgoyne, studio chief for the interior of Volvo Cars new S40 (and V50), was answering questions on the workings of his new baby to a variety of intrigued – and frequently disgruntled – competitors. The S40’s ultra-thin center-stack console, fast becoming a minor talking point of the show, was until then an idea seen only on concept cars. (See related story: Volvo Trumps World with New S40 ...
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