Volvo has updated the V40 Cross Country with new kit and subtle cosmetic updates including the famed Thor’s hammer headlamps. Mechanically it retains the same 2.0 litre diesel unit that powered the predecessor. For transmitting power it uses the six-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters channelizing drive to front wheels. Aesthetic changes made to the exterior and interior are similar to the V40 model with some additional options on the inside. On the safety front, the updated V40 Cross Country gets a host of equipment armed for the security of occupants. Talking about the key features on the V40 Cross Country, it gets full LED headlamps, leather upholstery, interior air quality system, power operated front seats with drivers memory, personal car communicator with keyless entry & drive, fixed panoramic sunroof, Bluetooth & USB enabled audio system, park assist pilot, rear parking camera and city safety. Priced in the vicinity of Rs 27.2 lakh to Rs 29.4 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) the updated Volvo V40 Cross Country gets new in-cabin tech along with new exterior enhancements and raft of safety equipment. The most significant addition to the V40 Cross Country is the all LED Thor’s Hammer headlamps. In addition to this, it also comes with the redesigned waterfall grille with large Ironwork and new wheels. Inside, the carline gets a choice between five leather trims in monotone and dual-tone options. Talking of the power, it uses the 2.0 litre diesel engine mated to the six-speed transmission directing drive to front wheels. As for safety equipment, the vehicle packs vital features including world’s first pedestrian airbag, safety cage, 2-stage front airbags with drivers knee bag, pretensioners for front seats, dynamic stability & traction control, emergency brake assist with ABS, side impact protection, whiplash protection.