Volvo is bringing a new standard of safety and user experience to the small SUV premium segment with the launch of the new Volvo XC40. It is being claimed that the car has been developed around the challenges of modern city life, the car aims to make the daily urban commute less stressful and more enjoyable.
Safety and driver assistance features offered on the XC40 include semi-autonomous Pilot Assist system, the latest generation of City Safety, Run-off Road protection and mitigation, Cross Traffic alert with auto brake and the 360° Camera that helps drivers maneuver their car into tight parking spaces.
The XC40 is Volvo’s first car out on its new Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) and includes a range of technologies first introduced in its 90- and 60 Series cars based on scalable product architecture.
The XC40 features Volvo’s connected Sensus infotainment system, centered around the now familiar large, portrait-oriented touchscreen. Easy to use and intuitive, the Sensus interface allows drivers to access a host of functions and services. All screens in the car have been optimised for a safe, easy and efficient interaction, to support active city driving.