Tag: Volvo

  • Gas-Powered Volvo XC90 and Its EV Replacement Will Coexist

    Gas-Powered Volvo XC90 and Its EV Replacement Will Coexist

    The Volvo XC90’s all-electric successor is due this year, but, according to the latest information, the carmaker won’t discontinue the non-electric XC90 in coming years. Sales of the 3-row Volvo XC90 SUV are strong. This fact encourages the company to continue the current model production even when it will launch the new all-electric flagship crossover […]

  • Electric Vehicle in Winter: In Words And In Deeds

    Electric Vehicle in Winter: In Words And In Deeds

    Volvo Cars have shared some interesting information on how to use an electric vehicle in winter. There are many myths about electric cars in winter. Most EVs are not inferior to internal combustion cars, and they are even better in some aspects if owners follow several simple rules. Storage In winter, it is better to […]

  • Volvo C40 Recharge Will Have a Cheaper Version With 2WD Drive

    Volvo C40 Recharge Will Have a Cheaper Version With 2WD Drive

    The all-electric crossover is already available to order in the USA. However, a price of $59,000 for the base Volvo C40 Recharge can push customers away. The debut of the Volvo C40 Recharge is a milestone in the EV segment. It is the first all-electric car of the brand developed from scratch on a completely […]

  • Volvo C40 Recharge Is Available to Order in the USA: What is Alarming

    Volvo C40 Recharge Is Available to Order in the USA: What is Alarming

    The Volvo C40 Recharge starts at $58,750 before charges and taxes in the USA. It’s rather expensive. However, Volvo’s first pure electric car has some counterbalances to this negative. Will there be enough of them? Back in March, Volvo showed the C40 Recharge for the first time. Design connoisseurs noted the appearance of the new […]

  • Flagship Volvo XC90 Will Have a Fairer Name

    Flagship Volvo XC90 Will Have a Fairer Name

    The next-generation Volvo XC90 is designed on a completely new electric platform. In a recent interview with Automotive News, Volvo boss Hakan Samuelsson said they would abandon the combination of letters and numbers on the new crossover’s nameplate. Mr. Samuelsson believes Volvo’s new flagship should be positioned as “first of its kind” and not as […]