The Volvo V40 range has been updated to include a pair of new fuel-efficient engines and gearbox options.
The D2 diesel is now available to order with an automatic gearbox for the first time, while a new 120bhp T2 engines has also been introduced.
The 113bhp D2 model with the automatic gearbox returns 72.4mpg and emits 102g/km of CO2 in the standard V40 and V40 R-Design models, and 68.9mpg and 108g/km in the V40 Cross Country. Manual versions of the 113bhp D2 and D2 R-Design have also been tweaked so that they now return 83.1mpg and 88g/km of CO2, compared to 94g/km and 78.5mpg previously.
Available only on the V40 and V40 R-Design, the new T2 engine is a 120bhp 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, capable of returning 53.3mpg and 124g/km of CO2 with a manual gearbox.
A new Sensus Connected Touch system has been introduced, which allows you to turn the car into a Wi-Fi hot spot via your phone’s data connection. It also lets you stream music via Spotify, listen to internet radio and use on-line Google maps and Google’s search functionality.