With its latest incentive, Volvo is looking to entice consumers into buying one of its PHEVs.
The new fully electric version of the popular Volvo XC40 shares the same powertrain with the upcoming Polestar 2.
With Volvo’s new infotainment system, you won’t be limited to using your phone on the go.
The battery-electric version of Volvo’s best-seller will also feature a proper frunk.
Volvo promises its electric compact SUV will be one of the safest vehicles on the road, with extra protection provided for the battery by a safety cell.
The plug-in hybrid variant of the XC40 uses a 258 HP powertrain and has an all-electric range of almost 30 miles.
The Swedish automaker has implemented some changes after it came under fire from California’s dealers association and DMV.
If they materialize, they will help the Swedish automaker boost its sales in the globally expanding SUV market.
The XC40, in Inscription grade, is a well-rounded package crying out for a more refined engine.
CEO Hakan Samuelsson has also hinted a possible sub-40 range, probably with electric power.
The revised XC40 range is already on sale in the UK with a £28,965 starting price.
CEO Hakan Samuelsson hinted towards a possible Audi Q2 rival that would slot under the XC40.