Swedish Automaker’s Vision: Electrified Future with EX30, C40, and XC40 Recharge Models

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Electrified Future with EX30, C40, and XC40 Recharge Models
Electrified Future with EX30, C40, and XC40 Recharge Models

A champion for a greener driving experience, a Swedish automaker, now under Chinese ownership, is leading the charge towards zero emissions. Their strategy is one of steady progress, with electrification at the core of their plan to achieve a future free from harmful emissions.

This commitment to sustainability is a well-established principle, as demonstrated by their decision years ago to phase out large, gas-guzzling engines from their offerings. Instead, they’ve opted for efficient, smaller engines, strategically supplemented by electric motors for additional power when needed.

This dedication to environmental responsibility is reflected in the vehicles they produce. For instance, their European lineup boasts the all-new EX30 alongside the C40 and XC40 Recharge models, as well as their new top-of-the-line SUV, the EX90.

Electrified Future with EX30, C40, and XC40 Recharge Models
Electrified Future with EX30, C40, and XC40 Recharge Models (vburlapp / Instagram)

While the selection available in the US market is currently more limited, with only the C40 and XC40 Recharge on offer, it’s evident that this forward-thinking automaker is charting a course for a more sustainable future of transportation.

As the curtains close on the S60 sedan in the US, Volvo’s wagon devotees can turn their attention to a hopeful concept design from Vince Burlapp.

Burlapp, a digital artist known for his forward-thinking ideas, tackles the fate of the V60 wagon with a proposal for a new electric iteration. His vision? A single, unified electric wagon, the EV60 blends the functionality of the V60 Recharge plug-in hybrid with the rugged styling and higher ride height of the V60 Cross Country.

This innovative design would slot neatly between Volvo’s forthcoming EX60 electric SUV and their existing lineup, offering a compelling alternative for those who crave the practicality of a wagon but are intrigued by the growing electric vehicle market.

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