The all-electric Volvo XC40 Recharge is headed to India in 2021, the Swedish carmaker confirmed. The SUV, which is Volvo’s first all-electric model, will join the manufacturer’s India lineup following the introduction of the new-gen S60 sedan.
- The electric SUV will be launched in 2021, after the new S60 sedan
- Features a twin-motor setup for a combined 408hp output
- Can charge up to 80 percent in 40 minutes using a 150kW DC fastcharger
Speaking about the XC40 Recharge in a #LivewithAutocar session on Instagram, Charles Frump, managing director, Volvo Car India, said, “We’re looking at some time next year, at bringing that product (XC40 Recharge) to India, and we’re extremely excited about it. So next year, early, we’ll have S60 and then we’ll have the full batteryelectric vehicle [BEV] XC40”.
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