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The all-new Volvo V40

The all-new Volvo V40 features a luxury look and feel that emphasises the aura of a compact car with large-car content and characteristics.

The driver-centric approach is enhanced with a new, fully graphic instrument cluster that allows the driver to personalise instrument layout and the information provided.

The all-new Volvo V40 also boasts class-leading driving dynamics thanks to focused attention to a number of vital areas. The chassis has been designed to offer the agile, connected experience that creates true driving pleasure.

Adding several new high-tech features to a full deck of safety and support systems from larger models makes the all-new Volvo V40 the most intelligent and safest car in the segment. The new features include world-first Pedestrian Airbag Technology, Lane Keeping Aid with haptic auto steering, an ingenious Park Assist Pilot, automatic Road Sign Information, Active High Beam and a Cross Traffic Alert radar system at the rear.

The all-new V40 also features the groundbreaking Pedestrian Detection with full auto brake – as well as the City Safety further developed low-speed collision avoidance system which now operates at speeds up to 50km/h.

The engine range spans everything from Volvo Car Corporation’s first diesel with CO2 emissions of just 94g/km to the turbocharged T5 petrol engine with 254bhp and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds. All engine versions have start-stop and braking energy regeneration, no matter whether they are fitted with a manual or automatic gearbox.

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