The Euro NCAP and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety have yet to put the newcomer through its paces. Knowing that it takes time until these organizations get their hands on the XC40 for the purpose of assessing its crash test performance, Volvo took to itself to prove how good the XC40 is.During development, the compact-sized utility vehicle was assessed at the Volvo Safety Center in the automaker’s home city.
Coming courtesy of our friends at JL Wrangler Forums , the featured renderings reveal the extent of the changes brought forward by the all-new model. It’s worthy of highlighting the Photoshop goodness is “based on the most recent JL spy pics” and previews “both the Rubicon and Sport models.”It’s a certainty the four-door Unlimited (JLU) will outsell the two-door JL in nearly every market where Jeep is present, but you know what?
Remember when MG used to stand for Morris Garages? When the British automaker used to make lightweight and exciting two-seat sports car like the MGB and Midget? Well, those times aren’t coming back because the company is now a subsidiary of SAIC Motor. And in stark contrast to what Chinese money did to Volvo, MG is on a downward spiral in terms of brand awareness.The MG6 is an all-new sedan with a fastback profile and fake air vents on the front fenders.
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