Volvo updates XC40 Recharge design and adds single-engine C40 Car News

Volvo has introduced several updates to its all-electric mid-size SUV models, including the addition of a new single-engine variant and exterior design changes.

The Volvo C40 Recharge coupe-SUV can now be specified with a single engine, in addition to the twin-engine variant currently on sale. The power is transmitted to the front wheels.

The single-motor C40 Recharge is powered by a 69 kWh battery, which can be charged from 10% to 80% in approximately 32 minutes and offers a claimed range of 269 miles.

Prices for the 227bhp single-engine C40 Recharge start from £44,800 and the waiting list is currently six to seven months.

Meanwhile, the Volvo XC40 Recharge has been given a facelift for the first time since its launch in 2017.

The all-electric version of the XC40 SUV received a new bumper and frameless grille plate to match the C40.

Customers also have a choice of additional non-leather upholstery options, as well as new alloy wheel designs and new exterior paint colors.

“As we move towards an all-electric company, our design language follows,” said Robin Page, head of design at Volvo. “With the refreshed all-electric XC40, we continue to evolve its instantly recognizable design, creating a more modern face with a sleeker front end and even more integrated grille.”

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This notice was published: 2022-03-04 10:15:42

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