Volvo Will Launch The All-Electric XC100 Standard With Two Motors

Volvo will launch the full-size electric SUV XC100 Recharge, which is expected to be available in the second half of 2023.
Volvo will redesign its third-generation model next year, which paves the way for the XC100 Recharge’s debut. Motor Trend predicts that XC100 Recharge is expected to be a four-seater car with semi-automatic function and ultra-luxury design. XC100 will be built on Volvo’s next-generation SPA2 architecture, which can support pure electric vehicles. Motor Trend said that XC90 will continue to provide PHEV (plug-in hybrid) version, while XC100 will be purely electric.
There is rumored news that the all-electric version of the XC90 SUV will be launched in 2022. According to Motor Trend speculation, the XC100 Recharge will not be available until 2023 (as a model in 2024), with an estimated starting price of 85,000 US dollars (603,262 yuan), and its flagship version will be equipped with two motors as standard.
It is reported that the smaller Volvo XC40 electric car will be available in the United States later this year. At present, XC40 Recharge has a 78kWh battery pack based on WLTP (Global Light Vehicle Test Standard), with a range of up to 400 kilometers. The dual-motor has a 300kW powertrain, an 11kW car charger and a 150kW DC fast charging power. The car accelerates from 0 to 60mph in 4.7 seconds and has a top speed of 112mph (180km / h). XC40 Recharge will also become Volvo ’s first model with Google ’s Android operating system, and the car is now available for pre-order.

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