The Volvo XC40 - control systems support front-wheel drive

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

Generally speaking, even with a Volvo XC40 gasoline engine under the hood and front-wheel drive, you can get through the winter well and safely, only those who often drive steep mountain roads and are frequently on snowy roads should prefer the better traction of an all-wheel drive model. Even on slippery roads, the Volvo XC40 with front-wheel drive proves to be stable and safe - also thanks to the electronic control systems that selectively brake individual wheels when instability threatens. The same applies to the Volvo XC40 Recharge with plug-in hybrid drive. The first Volvo plug-in with a three-cylinder gasoline engine interacts with an electric motor, with both units mounted on the front axle and it is pure front-wheel drive. Despite the design-related higher weight, the vehicle is just as easy to control as the pure combustion engine variants.


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