Exciting news about the upcoming Volvo electric crossover, the EX30. It’s great to hear that Volvo has confirmed its arrival in the U.S. market, even though the exact timing is still uncertain. Based on Volvo’s product cadence, we expect the EX30 to be available at dealerships in 2024 as a 2025 model.
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Electric EX30 Spied
While Volvo has released some teaser shots showcasing specific details of the EX30, the latest spy shots provide a better look at the vehicle’s proportions and give us a clearer idea of its appearance on the road. It’s always interesting to see how prototypes evolve and take shape as they near their official unveiling.
With the growing popularity of electric vehicles and Volvo’s commitment to electrification, the EX30 is likely to be an essential addition to their lineup. It will join the existing Volvo electric models, such as the C40 Recharge and XC40 Recharge compact duo, offering customers a greener and more sustainable mobility option.
Volvo is planning to release a new electric vehicle called the EX30, which will be built on a dedicated EV platform. Unlike the C40 Recharge and XC40 Recharge, which utilize a platform initially designed for internal combustion engines, the EX30 will be based on the SEA modular EV platform developed by Zhejiang Geely, the parent company of Volvo.
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The SEA platform was introduced in 2021 with the Zeekr 001 and is also set to be used for the upcoming 2025 Polestar 4. This modular platform is designed for electric vehicles, indicating Volvo’s commitment to developing purpose-built EVs.
According to Volvo CEO Jim Rowan’s comments to Australian media, it is likely that the EX30 will be manufactured in China and intended for both domestic and international markets. Additionally, Rowan has suggested that the EX30 could be available through Volvo’s Care by Volvo subscription plan, with the possibility of offering shorter minimum sign-up periods of only three months in specific markets.
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