Volvo recently unveiled the EX30, an all-electric compact SUV scheduled to hit dealerships for sale starting 2024. Based on Volvo’s CMA platform, this all-wheel drive offering will come both front- and all-wheel drive versions.
The EX30 will be powered by an electric motor producing 150kW (201 horsepower) and 330 Nm of torque, while its battery pack has a capacity of 67.9kWh – giving an approximate range of 400 kilometers or 250 miles on one charge, according to Volvo.
Volvo will feature its City Safety suite of driver assistance technologies in the EX30, such as emergency braking, pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist.
The EX30 will offer numerous connected car features, such as an embedded modem for connecting to the internet. Furthermore, over-the-air updates will help Volvo to continually improve software and features over time.
The EX30 will be made available for sale across Europe and North America by 2024; pricing has yet to be confirmed.
Here are some of the key features of the Volvo EX30:
- Compact electric SUV
- Based on Volvo’s CMA platform
- Available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations
- Powered by a single electric motor that produces 150 kW (201 horsepower) and 330 Nm (243 pound-feet) of torque
- Battery pack with a capacity of 67.9 kWh, providing a range of up to 400 kilometers (250 miles) on a single charge
- Advanced safety features, including Volvo’s City Safety suite of driver assistance technologies
- Connected car features, including a built-in modem and over-the-air updates
- Available in Europe and North America in 2024
- Pricing has not yet been announced