Glad you guys got in that exploratory drive. We love one-pedal driving in our Model 3, which is also very aggressive and almost the same level as that in the the demo XC40 P8 that I drove. However, it did take practice in the Model 3 on the highway, learning to "modulate" the pedal disengagement/engagement to master that balance point for smooth driving, and I'll try to do the same on our XC40. But I notice though that Volvo, in their Quick Guide, suggest turning off the one pedal mode for highway driving, so it might come to that - whatever!My wife liked the car - she found it to be peppy - in other words quick get up and go. She found the driving experience to be very similar to our 2019 XC40. Paired our phones to the car - set up the individual keys in driver profiles one for me and one for her.
The one pedal drive is interesting - would not use it for highway driving as you need to coast more - but it works well when driving in town/city once you get a feel for it. I would assume that as you let off the accelerator pedal and it starts braking the rear brake lights must come on for drivers behind you since using the one pedal you have no need to touch the brake unless you gauge the distance incorrectly. When you open up the climate function to full screen there is a separate settings icon so you can set up some of the functions so the car is ready for you when you get in like seat heat on steering wheel heat on etc.
Have not used any of the extra apps yet - that is something to play with once I get more experience with the car.
One thing of note when we went for a short drive around town for my wife to get familiar with it found the A/C did not seem to be very cool even when setting to the low setting vs. auto and temp control.
Here hoping your dealer calls with a pick up date tomorrow!!
Regarding your AC, I wonder if the 12V battery in your car is not quite at its full charge level yet because of sitting for so long at the port - and once the car is driven around for a while and then recharged properly at home that everything will come up to snuff. I'm assuming Volvo uses the 12V battery and not the big high voltage battery to drive the HVAC components by using the same 12V compressor units as their ICE XC40 models that have been around for a while. Just as a comparison with another EV's AC system, there's always been plenty of cold (and heat) output in the Tesla.
If you're coming up to the point of recharging the car in your garage now, were you able to program your off-peak charging times on your center console? The Quick Guide indicates that you should be able to, but it doesn't illustrate such an important part graphically! I also found it interesting that in the Quick Guide, Volvo recommends leaving the Amps to the maximum 48A setting regardless even if you might have a lower power going in, which is the same for my current setting for home charging, and identical also that Tesla too recommends charging to 90% for daily driving, and 100% for a trip.