EX30's Engine Options
EX30 offers different engine options so that users can choose the most suitable battery technology according to their needs. For those traveling around town or short distances, a single-motor option using an LFP battery may be ideal. The LFP battery uses lithium iron phosphate chemistry, which requires fewer resources and is more cost-effective.
For those who want to increase the range, there is a single-motor extended range option that uses NMC batteries. NMC battery contains lithium, nickel, manganese and cobalt and produces more efficient energy. This option provides a range of up to 480 km between two charges.
For performance enthusiasts, a twin engine performance model is offered in which the NMC battery is combined with a second e-motor. This model is the model with the highest acceleration ever produced by Volvo. The model, which can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3,6 seconds, produces 315 kW (428 hp) of power.
Charging Features of EX30
The EX30's charging capabilities are also quite impressive. The extended-range twin engine model has a charging capacity of up to 153 kW. The standard range model has a capacity of 134 kW. In this way, the EX30's battery can be charged from 10 percent to 80 percent in just over 25 minutes. Charging settings can be easily adjusted via the car's center display and app.
Price and Release Date of EX30
The price and launch date of the EX30 have not been determined yet. However, pre-order requests in Turkey will start to be received in November. It will be available for sale in Turkey at the same time as the rest of the world, starting from the first quarter of 2024. Its price is expected to be higher than current Volvo models.