Lots of SUVs these days have a trendy design element called a "floating roof." It's the not-so-subtle effect of blacking out an SUV's D-pillar that – supposedly – makes the roof look like it's floating above the body. It's dumb, and thankfully Volvo didn't use it on the XC40. Instead, it went with an old school two-tone option that lets you add a white roof to any body color for an extra $300. I love the way it looks, especially the area around the D-pillar where the roof, tail light, and body meet. Note the color even stretches down the XC40's A-pillars to the base of the windshield.