Brilliant performances, with a maximum speed of 210kph and 0 to 100kph in 7.6 seconds. The top-of-the-range version has the option of Volvo’s award-winning electric/petrol hybrid T8 Twin Engine: 407bhp and 0 to 100kph in barely 5.3 seconds.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio
The Italian carmaker has equipped its first SUV with two new engines, a 180bhp diesel unit and a 200bhp petrol unit. These versions are designed to deliver an exciting drive for those into performance but with low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions: 4.7 litres per 100km and 124g/km.
This sporty SUV was named World Car of the Year 2017 and took the 2017 Design of the Year award too. Delivering the strongest sales growth in the marque’s entire history, it is only the second vehicle ever to win the two World Car Awards, which are decided by 75 renowned journalists from 24 countries.