Volvo, a Swedish carmaker, will officially reveal the EX30 electric SUV for the international market on June 7. However, its production-ready version caught the attention overseas before the official global debut. According to the automaker, it plans to go all-electric by 2030. Industry reports claim that the launch of the e-SUV is a part of this strategy. The carmaker hasn't divulged any information on the SUV yet. However, market reports hint that the SUV will have an EV-specific platform and a powerful motor. It has been revealed that China will produce the EX30 for both home and foreign markets. In order to save costs, the mini electric SUV might also be delivered with a smaller battery pack. The EX30 won't, however, experience any cost-cutting in terms of the available technology or safety features. Let's have a closer look at what can be expected from this four-wheeler based on recent spy images.
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Volvo EX30: Design
The SUV's exterior was completely concealed by wraps, preventing the leak of information. However, a few details that could be noticed are the Thor's Hammer DRLs, aerodynamic wheels, etc. According to the images, the Volvo EX30 will feature a flat hood, large air dam, full-width light bar, and narrow LED headlights with Thor's Hammer LED DRLs. Additionally, it will sport roof rails, ORVMs installed on the doors, flared wheel arches, and blacked-out rims. On the back end, there will be a sloped windscreen, a window wiper, and vertically mounted taillamps.
Volvo EX30: Expected Features
Features-wise, the e-SUV is anticipated to get a head-up display, USB ports, cruise control, automatic climate control, a multifunctional steering wheel, keyless entry, and more. Additionally, it will likely include airbags, ABS, and ADAS systems to guarantee the safety of the passengers in the car. The upcoming e-SUV is also expected to get a touchscreen infotainment system and a digital instrument panel, compatible with the new connectivity choices.
Volvo EX30: Price
As far as prices are concerned, the new SUV will reportedly be less expensive than the Volvo EX90, which might start at around $80,000 (Rs 65.7 lakh). More details on the e-SUV will likely emerge as its global debut draws near.
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Volvo EX30: India Launch Details
There is currently no information available on the introduction of this electric SUV in India. We predict that Volvo will introduce the all-electric small SUV to the nation sooner rather than later and charge less for it than the current XC40 Recharge. Following its introduction in our market, the SUV will compete against the Kia EV6, the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and other models.
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