JAKARTA – Ahead of the launch of the EX30 on June 7, Volvo has released an overview of the details of the latest SUV model.
According to Anders Nyth, as Volvo Cars’ Brand Sustainability Manager, the EX30 will be offered in two battery versions of 51 kWh lithium-iron-phosphate and 69 kWh nickel-cobalt-manganese with a range option of 480 km.
“In fact, the way the car is driven has an effect on the efficiency of the car, so there is a rear-wheel version and an all-wheel version. For the rear wheels, it will use an NMC battery that is a remote type,” said Nyth as quoted. from Autocar, Wednesday, May 24.
Having a long enough range, the smallest SUV in the range of this Swedish car brand will be placed under the XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge.
Volvo also claims the EX30 will be the most environmentally friendly car Volvo has ever produced while leaving the lowest carbon footprint.
In addition, there are features attention to the opening of the door which is standard on the Volvo EX30. Embedded technology features to provide protection when driving in crowded environments.
Volvo EX30 has small and compact dimensions. And when launched, the EX30 will compete indirectly with Honda’s electric SUV, the e:Ny1, which is an electric version of the HR-V.
The Honda e:Ny1 has a 68.8 kWh lithium-ion battery that has an impressive range of up to 412 km based on the WLTP cycle.
The Volvo EX30 will make its global debut on June 7, and will be available for direct or pre-order. advance order in certain areas.
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