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XC40
2022

Drive modes

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Regenerative braking*

The car recovers kinetic energy during braking in order to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.

Drive modes*

Selection of drive mode affects the car's driving characteristics in order to enhance the driving experience and facilitate driving in special situations.

Changing drive mode*

Select the drive mode adapted for the current driving conditions.Change the drive mode using the button in the centre console.

Drive mode Eco

Drive mode Eco can help you with more eco-friendly driving, with greater fuel economy.

Activating and deactivating drive mode Eco with the function button

There is a function button drive mode Eco in the centre display's function view.

Launch function*

Launch can be used when maximum acceleration is required from stationary. The function is available in the following drive modes: Dynamic, Comfort and Individual.

Low speed control*

The low speed control function (LSC* drive mode.

Activating and deactivating low speed control*

There is a function button for low-speed driving with Hill Descent Control in the centre display's function view unless the car was equipped with a drive mode button in the centre console.

Level control* and shock absorption

Level control and shock absorption are regulated automatically in the car.

Hill descent control*

Hill descent control (HDC* drive mode.

Activating and deactivating hill descent control*

There is a function button for hill descent control with Hill Descent Control in the centre display's function view unless the car was equipped with a drive mode button in the centre console.

All-wheel drive*

All-wheel drive (AWD* ) means that the car is driving all four wheels at the same time, which improves traction.