The Swedish luxury automaker is gearing up to introduce a small all-electric SUV named EX30 in the international market. While sharing a fresh teaser of the upcoming compact SUV, the carmaker announced its official unveiling date. The fully electric SUV will mark its global debut on June 7, 2023. It will reportedly launch later this year in Australia. According to the teaser, the new e-SUV will sport LED taillights, also seen on the Volvo EX90 SUV, which was unveiled around six months ago. There is a LED lightbar next to the headlights and a camera placed directly below the outside rearview mirrors. Inside, there will likely be only vegan leather seats. The teaser also highlighted the highly creased bonnet side and the striped DRLs. Here's everything you would want to know about the all-electric SUV, which will sit below the C40 Recharge and the XC40 Recharge in the range.
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Volvo EX30: More Details
In the teaser, the new Volvo EX30 is displayed from the third rear quarter side. Styling-wise, the upcoming all-electric compact SUV will likely have the company's typical design language. The taillights will boast a signature vertical appearance. On the dimensions front, the SUV could mimic the XC40, but some industry reports claim that it will likely be smaller than that model. Reports further assert that Volvo has plans to introduce more and more budget-friendly and small cars. It is possible that the upcoming SUV is a part of the plan and would likely cost cheaper.
According to the carmaker, the upcoming e-SUV will target Gen Z buyers, interested to purchase their first electric car. Volvo has not thrown light on the power specifications, features, and other details of the smallest SUV. However, according to industry reports, the all-electric vehicle will likely have a SEA platform, sourced from Volvo's Chinese associate, named Gilly.
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Volvo EX30: Market Availability
As mentioned, the electric model will presumably launch in Australia by the end of 2023. Currently, there is no update pertaining to the India launch of this electric SUV. We anticipate Volvo to bring the fully-electric small SUV to the country sooner or later and price it lower than the existing XC40 Recharge. After the launch in our market, the SUV will lock horns with the Kia EV6, the Hyundai Ioniq 5, and more. For now, the electric car will mark its global debut on June 7, with bookings beginning on the same date.
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