New Delhi: Sweden’s luxury car manufacturer Volvo has launched its new car X C40 T4R petrol variant in India. The car is based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA). The company has introduced the XC40R design in the entry-level luxury SUV segment, given the preference for growing customers over petrol variants.
Speaking at the launch of the car, Volvo Car India Managing Director Charles Frump said, “The XC40 T4R-Design is our first offering in the entry-level SUV segment with a petrol engine. Our attractive price of R-Design will be highly preferred in this category. ‘ He said that we are cautious about the preferences of the customers and hence have given many important features in the entry level variants.
The XC40 is available in a 2 liter 4 cylinder T4 petrol variant in R design trim. This engine gives the car a power of 190 horsepower and torque of 300 Nm. There is also an 8-speed geartronic gear box front wheel drive with the engine. Note that this car from Volvo complies with BS6 emission standards.
The car has a standard leather seat. The dashboard is piano black around the touchscreen and also uses aluminum inserts on the front to give it a sporty feel. The car has a panoramic sunroof, wireless charging, Android Auto and Apple Car Place, storage space, climate control, 12.3-inch instrumentation cluster, 9-inch center display touchscreen. The price of this car in India has been kept at Rs 39.9 lakh ex showroom.