Volvo Will Reveal Smaller EX30 Electric SUV Next Month
A new Volvo EV is coming next month, with the Swedish automaker teasing the EX30 for the first time today.
The EX30 will be smaller than the EX90, but it's unclear how it will line up against the XC40 Recharge.
The crossover appears to have heavily creased bodywork and bold LED lighting.
Volvo today announced the imminent arrival of its fourth electric vehicle. The new battery-powered SUV will be called the EX30 and will make its full debut on June 7, with reservations opening to American customers on the same day. The EX30 follows the XC40 Recharge, C40 Recharge, and EX90.
Volvo didn't share any details aside from the name, but a short teaser video provided an initial hint of what to expect. The video appears to show an SUV that will slot below the EX90—which acts as an electric counterpart to the three-row XC90—emphasized by the tagline "Something small is coming." We also catch a glimpse of Volvo's classic vertical taillights, a chiseled hood, and what appears to be a full-width light bar linking the headlights.
The EX30 will be the second electric Volvo to bear the Swedish brand's new naming scheme, after the 2024 EX90 revealed last fall. The EX90 features a dual-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain with up to 496 horsepower. It is unclear how the EX30 will be positioned relative to the XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge. It may act as an indirect replacement, with a dedicated electric platform replacing the converted gas-powered Recharge models. Look for more information to emerge over the next month before the EX30's official reveal.
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