The Volvo V40 Cross Country has received a light upgrade program from Heico Sportiv who decided to fix the vehicle’s “lack of XC character.” The vehicle can be equipped with a Cross Chassis sport suspension that lifts the model’s ride height by a considerable 30mm. Other than that, the car can get an 8-piece fender extension setup that makes the hatchback look more rugged compared to the standard variant. For more money, the V40 Cross Country can get a Speedpack that bumps the vehicle’s top speed while on the inside there are custom aluminum paddle shifters.
Under the hood, the 4-cylinder 2.0-liter D3 can be massaged to develop 195 PS which would make it 45 PS more powerful than the stock engine. There’s a similar upgrade kit for the larger 5-cylinder 2.5-liter T5 which can generate 268 PS, representing 14 PS more than before.
Source: Heico Sportiv