Volvo have committed to ending their production of combustion engine cars in early 2024. “Electric powertrains are our future, and superior to combustion engines: they generate less noise, less vibration, less servicing costs for our customers and zero tailpipe emissions,” says Jim Rowan, Chief Executive at Volvo Cars. “We’re fully focused on creating a broad portfolio of premium, fully electric cars that deliver on everything our customers expect from a Volvo – and are a key part of our response to climate change.”
The EX30 is Volvo's smallest and cheapest electric car. The EX30 starts with a manufacturer price tag of £33,795, a combined WLTP range of 213.8 miles, and a 0-62 mph of 5.7 seconds. FIrst deliveries are expected from 3rd Quarter of 2024.
C40 Recharge, Volvo's first ever fully electric crossover has a WLTP combined range estimate of 341 miled and price tags from £47,405
The XC40 Recharge is Volvo's compact SUV, with a range of 333 miles WLTP, and priced from £45,592
The 7 seater EX90 has a considerable price tag of £96,255, and a preliminary range estimate of 363 miles. The fully electric EX90 SUV, will be the first Volvo car equipped with all the necessary hardware and (over time) software to enable bi-directional charging and direct energy storage from solar, for powering the house in place of stand alone batteries.
Volvo EM90 is Volvo's first ever fully electric premium MPV, and will debut in November 2023, with first orders going to China from then.