Volvo Cars Announces Pricing for Small and Sustainable EX30 Electric SUV

Volvo Cars has unveiled the all-new EX30, its smallest electric SUV to date, with a focus on sustainability and advanced safety features. The EX30 combines Volvo’s signature Scandinavian design with industry-leading technology, offering a comfortable and eco-friendly driving experience.

As part of Volvo’s commitment to producing only electric vehicles by 2030, the EX30 is 100% electric, featuring a high-voltage 400V lithium-ion battery that optimizes range, comfort, safety, and versatility. The SUV offers two motor options: the single motor Extended Range variant with 200kW of power and 343Nm of torque, and the twin motor Performance variant with a maximum output of 315kW of power and 543Nm of torque. The estimated range for the EX30 is up to 480 kilometers for the single motor variant and up to 460 kilometers for the twin motor variant.

The interior of the EX30 is designed with sustainability in mind, incorporating recycled and renewable materials such as New Zealand wool and denim upholstery made from denim recycling waste fibers. The cabin features a minimalist dashboard equipped with a 12.3-inch tablet screen, offering modern convenience and functionality.

In terms of aesthetics, the EX30 offers five distinctive exterior colors, including a unique Moss Yellow option. The SUV features updated ‘Thor’s Hammer’ signature headlights and a large fixed panoramic glass roof, providing a stylish and spacious interior.

Additional features of the EX30 include a soundbar speaker system, a new 12.3-inch tablet display with built-in Google apps and services, ergonomic seat design for increased comfort, enhanced interior air quality, and smart storage solutions.

The Volvo EX30 is set to arrive in New Zealand in April 2024, representing Volvo’s entry into the small, fully electric luxury SUV segment. With its distinctive design, advanced safety features, and cutting-edge technology, the EX30 aims to attract new customers to Volvo and the world of electric vehicles.

Sources: Volvo Car New Zealand






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