Volvo EX30 Will Be Produced in Europe Too! New Factory for Full Electric Crossover/SUV Model
Volvo Cars announced that the production of the all-new, fully electric crossover/SUV model EX30 will take place at its factory in Ghent, Belgium, starting from 2025. After the model started production at the Zhangjiakou facility in China, it was decided to add a second production facility. This decision was made due to “high demand” for the EX30.
Volvo EX30 Will Be Available in 2023
The Volvo EX30 will be available in late 2023 as the newest member of Volvo's fully electric vehicle range. The model will come in two different versions: rear-wheel drive and permanent four-wheel drive. Pricing for the rear-drive version will start at $36,245. The permanent four-wheel drive version will be sold at a higher price; The starting price will be $46,095.
The model will be available worldwide, including the USA. The European factory will be used to increase production capacity in Europe, where EX30 demand is increasing, and to export worldwide. Electric XC40 and C40 models are currently produced in this factory.
Volvo EX30 Attracts Attention with Its Design and Technology
Volvo EX30 appears as a crossover/SUV model that attracts attention with its design and technology. The model reflects Volvo's new design language. While there is Volvo's new logo on the front of the model, the headlights and taillights have LED technology. The model's muscular lines and large luggage volume provide advantages in terms of usability.
The interior of the model includes a digital instrument panel and a touch multimedia screen. The model is the first Volvo model to work with the Google operating system. In this way, the model can access services such as Google Assistant, Google Maps and Google Play Store.
The powertrain of the model consists of a hybrid system. The model has an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. While the internal combustion engine controls the front axle, the electromotor moves the rear axle. In other words, the model offers a 4×4 installation. The total power that these two will offer has not yet been announced.