Volvo V40 Cross Country comes to Brazil
Volvo Cars of Brazil announced the launch of the V40 Cross Country in Brazil. This adventurous version of V40 invests in unique look, with the honeycomb front grille, plastic appliqu?s on the lower side and bumpers, roof rails on the ceiling and redesigned airfoil.
Like every Volvo, the V40 Cross Country brings a generous list of standard items, especially with regard to security. The hatch has seven airbags (two front, two side, two curtain-type and one to protect the driver's knees), ABS brakes with brake distribution, dynamic stability and traction control (DSTC) and the already known system City Safety, which brakes automatically if the driver does not react to avoid an imminent collision or when you are driving too fast towards a stationary object. The system can reduce or completely avoid impacts at a speed of 50 km / h.
In addition to these items, the Cross Country has adaptive xenon headlights, digital air conditioning, power steering, sound system with eight speakers, Bluetooth, iPod input, 7-inch screen, panoramic roof, leather lining, stock Driver with power adjustments and memory, rear parking sensor, autopilot, rain sensor, keyless engine start, twilight sensor, alloy wheels 18-inch, seven airbags (front, side, curtain and knee ( only for the driver), ABS brakes system, side impact protection (SIPS), dynamic stability control and traction (DSTC), downhill brake control (HDC) and AWD.
Among the options, the hatch offers two packages: sold for ? 15 000, the Safety kit has external airbag for pedestrians (on the motor that inflates and lifts the hood to minimize the consequences of a hit between 20 and 50 km / h) , pedestrian detector (brakes the car up to 35 km / h), monitoring of blind spots, warning lane change without signaling, identification of road signs (signs monitors speed and tells you if the car is over the limit) and adaptive autopilot. Have the High Tech kit costs $ 10,000 and adds GPS, DVD, reverse camera and parking assist (performs a shot without interference from the driver).
The car can also be ordered with the Sensus Connected Touch, a multimedia center that lets you surf the internet, listen to online radio and watch videos on YouTube, all the 3G or 4G connection of a mobile phone. All functions can be controlled by a touchscreen that uses infrared beams to identify touches.
The V40 Cross Country has a 2.0 liter T5 five-cylinder in-line, yielding 210 horsepower at 6,000 rpm, an increase of 30 hp front of the V40 T4 and the same power of the R-Design version. The maximum torque is 30.6 lb-ft, available between 2,700 and 5,000 rpm. The model is already in dealerships by brand worth $ 141,500, excluding optional.