Volvo EX30 will be the brand’s smallest electric crossover. It will be sold online on a subscription basis with a three-month minimum commitment. The company is betting on Gen Z-ers to make up the bulk of sales for its new baby EV.
Volvo aims to sell 1.2 million vehicles by 2025, with half of those models being electric. Half of all transactions will be made online, CEO Jim Rowan told CarAdvice. The company won’t offer battery rental or swapping anytime soon, citing safety concerns.
Volvo has been experimenting with smaller electric cars with its XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge models, but the EX30 promises to be a big leap forward. It is expected to have just one e-motor for front-wheel drive and a 68kWh battery, with a 250-mile electric range.
The EX30 will serve Volvo to reach its goal of 1.2 million sales in 2025, 50% of which will be EV. It will be the most affordable and competitively priced electric car, with the option of mounting several battery packs. The target customer is Gen Z looking for the right price and Care by Volvo offers flexibility, insurance and roadside assistance.
Camouflage unfortunately makes an appearance. The majority of the vehicle’s exterior is covered with both the brand’s distinctive vinyl and opaque black materials. Now, despite all the concealment, it is clear what this model’s proportions are.
The front and rear light groupings should be singled out for special consideration. The innovative design language on which this model is based is characterized by the light signature created by LED technology. a vehicle that will compete with attractive electric SUVs like the DS 3 E-Tense and the Smart #1 in Europe.