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Volvo Unveils Solo Motor Option for XC40 Recharge: Price, Specs, and Availability Revealed

  • Posted on March 8, 2024
  • Business

Volvo introduces a single motor variant of its XC40 Recharge electric SUV in India, priced at Rs 54.95 lakh. With reduced cost and advanced features, including 238bhp power, 420Nm torque, and 475km WLTP range, it promises an exhilarating yet eco-friendly driving experience. Bookings open today!

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Volvo, a frontrunner in sustainable mobility, has taken another leap forward in its electric vehicle (EV) lineup by introducing a new variant of its popular XC40 Recharge SUV in India. This latest offering, known as the single-motor Plus variant, marks a significant milestone in Volvo's commitment to providing eco-friendly transportation solutions without compromising on performance or luxury.

The XC40 Recharge single motor variant comes at a competitive price point, offering consumers an affordable entry into the world of electric driving. Priced at Rs 54.95 lakh (ex-showroom), this variant presents a compelling option for environmentally conscious drivers seeking the benefits of electric propulsion without breaking the bank.

Powered by a single motor, the XC40 Recharge Plus variant delivers impressive performance capabilities. With 238bhp of peak power and 420Nm of peak torque at its disposal, the SUV offers spirited acceleration and responsive handling, ensuring an exhilarating driving experience on both city streets and open highways. Moreover, its 69 kWh battery pack provides a generous WLTP range of 475 kilometers on a single charge, offering ample driving range for daily commutes and long-distance journeys alike.

In terms of features and amenities, the XC40 Recharge single motor variant leaves little to be desired. Boasting a host of advanced technologies and creature comforts, including an 8-speaker sound system, two-zone climate control, a 12-inch digital driver's display, and a 9-inch infotainment unit, the SUV promises a refined and enjoyable driving experience for occupants. Additionally, practical enhancements such as TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System), park assist, 19-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, powered front seats, and wireless phone charging further elevate the vehicle's appeal.

However, it's important to note that the single-motor variant may lack certain features found in its dual-motor counterparts, such as Pixel LED headlamps, fog lamps, a 360-degree camera, and a premium Harman Kardon sound system. Despite these omissions, the XC40 Recharge Plus variant remains a compelling choice for discerning buyers looking to embrace electric mobility without compromising on comfort, convenience, or safety.

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Speaking of safety, Volvo has ensured that the XC40 Recharge single motor variant is equipped with a comprehensive suite of active and passive safety features. With seven airbags and an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) that includes lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, cross-traffic alerts, and rear collision warning, the SUV offers peace of mind and confidence-inspiring performance on the road.

In addition to Volvo's latest offering, the automotive landscape in India is set to witness further excitement with the impending launch of Hyundai's Creta N Line. Scheduled to debut on March 1, the Creta N Line represents Hyundai's continued commitment to delivering high-performance vehicles tailored to the needs and preferences of Indian consumers. With bookings already underway for a token amount of Rs 25,000, anticipation is running high for this eagerly awaited SUV, which will join Hyundai's growing lineup of N Line models in the country.

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