Volvo is a Swedish manufacturer of cars, trucks, buses, marine engines, aerospace drive systems, construction equipment, etc. The unit producing the automobiles is called Volvo Car Corporation. The Volvo trademark was registered in 1911 by SKF AB and the company itself was incorporated in 1915 as a subsidiary of SKF. However, for its birthday is considered the day in which the first Volvo car left the automobile factory in Gothenburg - 14 April 1927. The car model was ÖV 4. The name Volvo comes from Latin and means 'I roll' and was conceived as the name of a special series of ball bearings produced by SKF but the company didn't use till 1924 when its founders Gustav Larson and Assar Gabrielsson decided to build safe cars, which could withstand the harsh weather and rough roads of Sweden. Since that moment on the main values in producing cars under the Volvo brand are safety, design, quality and environment protection. The brand has always been synonymous to solidity and reliability. The average age of a Volvo to be discarded is 19.8 years, which is second only to Mercedes cars. The Volvo P1800 model from 1966 is also the Guinness World Record holder for most miles driven by a single owner in a non-commercial vehicle, which sum up to 2.8 million miles. Safety has a long history in Volvo models. For 70 years the company has more than 45 major safety inventions and contributions. The 1944 PV model had laminated glass windows. The 1956 Amazon model became the first car with padded dashboards. In 1959 all Volvo cars included the 3-Point Safety Belt patented by the Volvo engineer Nils Bohlin. The first rear-facing child seat was developed by the company in 1964. Safety innovations continued in 1986 with the first central high-mounted stoplight. 1991 brought further innovations in safe-belts and child-seats as well as the introduction of the Side Impact Protection System (SIPS). Volvo was the first to place side air bags in 1995 and a head-protecting airbag in 1998. The Whiplash Protection System was introduced in 1998 to prevent injury of front seat users during collisions. In 2004 was launched the BLIS system, which detects vehicles entering the blind spot of the car with a side view mirror mounted sensor and alerts the driver. In January 1999 the Volvo Group sold its car division to Ford Motor Company, which on its turn has sold it to China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group in 2010. The present portfolio of Volvo Cars includes the C30 and C79 coupes, the S40, S60 and S80 sedans, the V50 combi, the XC60, XC70 and XC90 crossovers. Technical specifications and data for a range of car models by Volvo may be checked out by clicking on the names of the car models from the catalog below.
Volvo V40
modelyearenginepowertorquespeedlengthwidthheight
V40 1.9D 1999~ 1.9 l (1870 cc)70 kW (95 ps)190 Nm (140 ft-lb)179 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 1.8i 1999~ 1.8 l (1834 cc)92 kW (125 ps)173 Nm (127 ft-lb)201 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 1.6 1999~ 1.6 l (1587 cc)80 kW (109 ps)145 Nm (106 ft-lb)190 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 1.8 1999~ 1.8 l (1783 cc)90 kW (123 ps)171 Nm (126 ft-lb)201 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 2.0 Automatic 1999~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)100 kW (136 ps)190 Nm (140 ft-lb)201 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 1.8 Automatic 1999~ 1.8 l (1783 cc)90 kW (123 ps)171 Nm (126 ft-lb)194 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 2.0 1999~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)100 kW (136 ps)190 Nm (140 ft-lb)205 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 2.0T 1999~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)118 kW (160 ps)231 Nm (170 ft-lb)216 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 2.0T Automatic 1999~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)118 kW (160 ps)231 Nm (170 ft-lb)209 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 T4 1999~ 1.9 l (1855 cc)147 kW (200 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)235 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 T4 Automatic 1999~ 1.9 l (1855 cc)147 kW (200 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)224 km/h4483.00 mm1717.00 mm1412.00 mm
V40 T4 2000~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)147 kW (200 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)235 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.8 2000~ 1.8 l (1783 cc)90 kW (123 ps)171 Nm (126 ft-lb)201 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.6 2000~ 1.6 l (1587 cc)80 kW (109 ps)145 Nm (106 ft-lb)190 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.9D 2001~ 1.9 l (1870 cc)85 kW (116 ps)265 Nm (195 ft-lb)194 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.9D 2001~ 1.9 l (1870 cc)75 kW (102 ps)216 Nm (159 ft-lb)186 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 2.0 Automatic 2002~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)100 kW (136 ps)190 Nm (140 ft-lb)201 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 T4 Automatic 2002~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)147 kW (200 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)231 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 2.0T Automatic 2002~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)120 kW (164 ps)239 Nm (176 ft-lb)216 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 2.0T 2002~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)120 kW (164 ps)239 Nm (176 ft-lb)220 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.8 Automatic 2002~ 1.8 l (1783 cc)90 kW (123 ps)171 Nm (126 ft-lb)194 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 1.8i 2002~ 1.8 l (1834 cc)89 kW (121 ps)173 Nm (127 ft-lb)201 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 2.0 2002~ 1.9 l (1948 cc)100 kW (136 ps)190 Nm (140 ft-lb)205 km/h4516.00 mm1719.00 mm1424.00 mm
V40 T3 2012~ 1.6 l (1596 cc)110 kW (150 ps)269 Nm (198 ft-lb)209 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 T4 Automatic 2012~ 1.6 l (1596 cc)132 kW (180 ps)269 Nm (198 ft-lb)224 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 T4 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)132 kW (180 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)224 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 T5 2012~ 2.5 l (2497 cc)187 kW (254 ps)400 Nm (295 ft-lb)250 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 T5 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)157 kW (214 ps)299 Nm (220 ft-lb)224 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 T4 2012~ 1.6 l (1596 cc)132 kW (180 ps)269 Nm (198 ft-lb)224 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 D3 Automatic 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)110 kW (150 ps)351 Nm (258 ft-lb)205 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 D4 Automatic 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)130 kW (177 ps)400 Nm (295 ft-lb)216 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 D4 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)130 kW (177 ps)400 Nm (295 ft-lb)220 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 D3 2012~ 2.0 l (1984 cc)110 kW (150 ps)351 Nm (258 ft-lb)209 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
V40 D2 2012~ 1.6 l (1560 cc)85 kW (116 ps)284 Nm (209 ft-lb)190 km/h4369.00 mm1783.00 mm1420.00 mm
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