The Volvo XC40 Inscription
Contemporary Scandinavian design, exclusive materials and features. This is modern Swedish luxury.
The XC40 Inscription is Swedish luxury at its most progressive. With exclusive exterior design features such as a unique front grille, matt silver skid plates and 18-inch alloy wheels. A discreet badge on the rear pillar and special exterior paint options let everyone know this is the XC40 with a luxurious twist. Inside, leather upholstery and distinctive details create a sense of opulence, while a range of smart technology keeps you in touch and in control on the move.
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Inscription variant in detail
The XC40 Inscription has a distinctive look, with details like chrome trim for the front grille and side windows and roof rails in bright aluminium.
Luxury, by Sweden
Scandinavian design meets Swedish craftsmanship in the XC40 Inscription. Driftwood decor – a unique wood treatment – lends a feeling of contemporary luxury.
The premium touch
Rich leather upholstery is standard for the XC40 Inscription. Durable yet soft to the touch, it is available in a choice of colours that perfectly complement the car’s bold interior design.
Make it yours
Create your perfect Volvo XC40. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories designed to fit your life and your style perfectly.
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