Volvo Cars has launched the XC40 T4 R-Design (Petrol) based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) for Rs 39.9 lakh (ex-Showroom). It is available in the R-Design trim with a 2L 4-Cylinder T4 petrol variant producing 190hp and 300Nm of peak Torque, the engine is mated to the 8-speed Geartronic gearbox front wheel drive and complies with stringent BS-VI emission norms.
“The XC40 T4 R-Design is our first petrol offering in the entry-level SUV segment. XC40 is the first ever luxury car to win the ‘Premium Car Award 2019 by ICOTY’. It is also the ‘European Car of the Year 2018’. Our attractive pricing for the R-Design will gain a lot of traction for this variant. We are conscious of the customer’s preferences in features and made this entry level variant fully loaded,” said Charles Frump – Managing Director, Volvo Car India.
The XC40 is the only car in its segment to have radar based Active Safety features like City Safety with Steering Assist, active at speeds up to 50 km/h it avoids collision from other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and large animals. Adaptive Cruise Control lets the XC40 maintain a safe distance on highways and other features like On-coming lane Mitigation, Driver Alerts, Run-off Road protection and roll stability control reassures the driver and its occupants. The safety cage and seven airbags adds to the protective safety in an unlikely event of a collision.
Intuitive touchscreen in the centre stack simplifies the user experience in the XC40, all the cars functionality are ergonomically designed to keep the driver focused in driving. The launch variant in Crystal White Pearl, Bursting Blue, Glacier Silver, Onyx Black, Thunder Grey and Fusion Red is available across dealerships, says the company.