Volvo SUV News: After a long wait, Volvo’s EX30 electric SUV is going to be launched next month. Volvo has been showing glimpses of this car through several teasers. Recently a glimpse of the EX30 was captured by a media organization through a screen shot during the online configurator. The upcoming Volvo EX30 electric SUV will be the latest addition to the automaker’s lineup of electric vehicles after the C40 and XC40 models. Notably, the EX30 will have a smaller footprint than the XC40, which is currently available in India.
Despite its small size, the EX30 will feature design elements typical of Volvo vehicles. It is clear from the teasers released that the SUV sports a smooth front profile and vertically oriented LED taillights with closed panels similar to Volvo’s signature Thor’s Hammer LED headlights. The EX30 matches the rest of the Volvo SUVs. Its design matches the rest of the SUV.
When the EX30 hits the market, the Volvo EX30 will go head-to-head with its rivals like the Tesla Model Y, Volkswagen ID.4 and the Kia EV6. The car is expected to be available for purchase in 2024. This compact electric vehicle (EV) will be available to the customers in two different battery options. The entry-level model will feature a 51 kWh battery pack, while the high-end variants will be equipped with a larger and more powerful 69 kWh battery pack. It is estimated to give a range of up to 480 km on full charge.
Volvo company claims that the upcoming EX30 is company-made. Will be the most eco-friendly vehicle ever. Which generates the least carbon of any model. The EX30 is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 25 percent compared to the XC40 and C40 Recharge models. It would be better from the environmental point of view.
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