Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) rounded off a successful year in China by receiving a five-star rating for the Volvo V40 in the 2013 China NCAP test – and the overall result is the best in the passenger car category since the protocol was upgraded in 2012.
Volvo Car Group keeps on moving towards the vision that by 2020, nobody should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo. In 2013, top results from independent rating institutes all over the world emphasised that the company remains on top when it comes to automotive safety.
The Volvo V40 features a luxury look and feel that emphasises the aura of a compact car with large-car content and characteristics. The V40 also boasts class-leading driving dynamics thanks to focused attention to a number of vital areas.The manual version of the V40 D2 now comes with CO2 emissions down to 88 g/km, which translates into fuel consumption of just 3.4l/100 km.
Every year is a safety year at Volvo Cars. The company is working towards the vision that by 2020, nobody should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo - and data from independent rating institutes all over the world emphasise and reinforce this life-saving philosophy. The most recent results are a Top Safety Pick+ for both the Volvo S60 and XC60 in the United States and an outstanding Best...
Volvo Car Group has rolled out another Volvo world first in automotive safety. The groundbreaking Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with full auto brake detects and automatically brakes for cyclists swerving out in front of the car.
An extended All Wheel Drive offer on the Cross Country model and further CO2 reductions are the major power train news on the 2014 Volvo V40. Buyers of the successful V40 also have the opportunity to choose the new Sensus Connected Touch system with unique on-line possibilities, including voice-activated Spotify.