Awarded as the European Car of the Year this 2018, the Swedish luxury carmaker once again proves why they are the best in the industry with their latest SUV that comes in a crossover, the Volvo XC40.
Last night at the first-ever Lifestyle Asia Power Gala, guests had the chance to see the XC40 up close. The vehicle was driven inside the Sofitel Grand Ballroom by Lifestyle Asia Associate Publisher, Abby Laurel, much to everyone’s surprise.
With its sleek design, ingenious storage, and smart technology, the XC40 is perfectly designed for city driving. The compact SUV has a high ground clearance that provides the driver with great visibility.
The interiors’ fine details and the functionality are impressive. Inside, the XC40 is well-lit from the natural light through the panoramic roof plus the LED light placements in concave door panels on the dashboard.
Although it may be Volvo’s most compact SUV to date, the Swedish brand made sure that there is still enough storage space for all your essentials. The front doors are free of speakers which means you can easily store your gadgets, documents, and other items that you might be needing within arm’s reach.
The front center armrest has numerous pockets and bins for all your drinks, tissue box, phone, and even a small wastebasket.
The load compartment serves a surprising amount of storage space that could fit your life. It can comfortably fit two large pieces of luggage. The XC40 supports a busy life in the city. If your hands are full, the power-operated tailgate is there to assist. You can easily move your foot under the rear bumper to automatically open the back door. The backseats can easily be folded with a touch of a button at the back, for a whole flat surface space for even more storage.
You can make the Volvo XC40 your own by choosing from the three different designs that fit your personality–Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription. They also have exclusive leather upholstery available in several different interior color combinations to suit your personal preferences. Head on to Volvo Philippines to learn more on how to get your hands on the European Car of 2018.