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Volvo SUV XC40 T4 with zone climate control launched in India at Rs 39.9 lakh

The model will be available in BS-VI certified petrol variant powered by 2-litre engine.

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Dec 13, 2019, 04.36 PM IST
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Volvo SUV XC40 T4 R-Design is equipped with features such as wireless charging for smart phones, power tail gate, hands-free power tail gate opening and closing.
Volvo SUV XC40 T4 R-Design is equipped with features such as wireless charging for smart phones, power tail gate, hands-free power tail gate opening and closing.
NEW DELHI: Swedish luxury carmaker Volvo Cars on Friday announced launch of SUV XC40 T4 R-Design priced at Rs 39.9 lakh (ex-showroom).

The model will be available in BS-VI certified petrol variant powered by 2-litre engine and the vehicle is based on the company's Compact Modular Architecture (CMA), Volvo Cars said in a statement.

"The XC40 T4 R-Design is our first petrol offering in the entry-level SUV segment...Our attractive pricing for the R-Design will gain a lot of traction for this variant," Volvo Cars India Managing Director Charles Frump said.

He further said,"We are conscious of the customers' preferences in features and made this entry-level variant fully loaded."

It is equipped with features such as two zone climate control, wireless charging for smart phones, power tail gate, hands-free power tail gate opening and closing, 12.3 inch instrumentation cluster with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility and rear and front park assist pilot, among others, the company said.

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