Volvo introduced the EX30, its smallest SUV and 100% electric model. It is designed to be safe and have the lowest CO2 footprint possible. It aims to make people’s lives safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable through cutting-edge technology and Scandinavian design that has been thought through to the smallest detail. Let’s get to know the Volvo EX30.
The new Volvo EX30 can now be ordered in Portugal, expanding the brand's range of 100% electric vehicles. In a rapidly growing market, it presents itself as an additional branding option in a rapidly growing segment where the brand is not yet represented.
It features typical Volvo EV styling, with a confident front end, enclosed shield and a digital representation of the Hammer of Thor headlights. It's available in five vibrant exterior colors, from elegant cloud blue to bright and expressive moss yellow, the latter inspired by the lichens that grow on rocks along Sweden's west coast.
Volvo gives customers the freedom to choose the electric battery that best suits their needs. The car features three engine options and two different types of batteries, which also allows it to offer a particularly attractive entry price.
The EX30 is also designed to be as safe as you can expect. It contains the latest retention technology and a standard structural design that meets stringent internal safety requirements, and is designed to prepare Volvo cars for a variety of real-world scenarios.
The user experience is also enhanced by the presence of a unique screen, with Google technology integrated, on which the latest version of the Volvo infotainment system is displayed. The EX30 will be the first car from the Swedish brand to include the new generation Park Pilot Assist.
The Cars app contains all car-related services, from charging to finding a car in a crowded parking lot. You can remotely lock and unlock the doors and remotely heat the EX30. This car is also ready to receive over-the-air (OTA) software updates that will make it even better over time.
The price of the base version (EX30 Single Motor Core) in Portugal will be 37,900 euros. Volvo offers 5 years of scheduled maintenance included. Orders are being opened now and production will start at the end of the year. Volvo expects to deliver the first units to customers in early 2024.
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