The Swedish manufacturer’s compact SUV is getting a discreet facelift this year, with a new range and new equipment.
Launched in 2018, the Volvo XC40 offers itself for 2022 a slight restyling, which aims above all to standardize its style and its endowment with the new C40, its coupé derivative.
This mid-career facelift is particularly noticeable on the front end, which adopts more slender headlights, as well as on the lower part of the front bumper, which features a new design for the fog lamp bezels, which adopt an arrow shape. As on the C40, the XC40 can now benefit from the Pixel LED spotlights, which will be offered on certain micro-hybrid and electric versions, while there is a new choice of rims.
Inside, new upholsteries are offered, and for the first time there are Fabric/Microtech combinations as well as a wool blend. On the micro-hybrid versions of the Volvo XC40, the Google interface will be offered, with 4 years of unlimited data, as well as new driving aids, including the automatic emergency braking function, which can slow the car down to ‘at a complete stop if the driver does not react to an emergency situation.
Finally, the Volvo XC40 range is evolving to become simpler, with the appearance of four new trim levels : Essential, Start, Plus and Ultimate, which replace the usual R-Design, Momentum, Inscription as well as their “Luxury” variants. On the two upper levels, the choice is offered between the “Chrome” or “Dark” packs, which allow you to choose between traditional chrome/aluminum inserts and the same elements painted in gloss black.
The restyled Volvo XC40 is offered at a starting price from 32,050 euro. Count from 49,500 euros for a rechargeable hybrid version, and from 45,800 euros for a 100% electric version.
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