Volvo Cars Thailand to launch fully electric XC40 Recharge

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Volvo Cars Thailand has announced its plans to launch the pure electric XC40 in “The Land of Smiles.” The announcement came last month via a social media post from Volvo Cars Thailand’s official Facebook page.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What is the fully electric range of the Thai-spec Volvo XC40 Recharge BEV?

    The Thai-spec XC40 Recharge boasts a 418km pure electric range.
  • What other features does the Thai-spec XC40 Recharge have?

    Other notable features include an interior that uses sustainable materials, a smart storage system, and Google integrated directly into the vehicle’s infotainment system.
  • The actual launch date is not disclosed in the Facebook post although the pricing and the details of the fully electric XC40 Recharge is already available on Volvo Cars Thailand’s website.

    According to the available information, the Thai-spec XC40 Recharge boasts a 418km pure electric range in a single charge thanks to a high-voltage battery and dual electric motors which take the fully electric SUV from zero to 100kph in just 4.9 seconds.

    The battery can be charged up to 80 percent in just 40 minutes using a 150kW charger.

    Other notable features include the use of sustainable materials in the interior, a smart storage system, and Google integrated directly into the vehicle’s infotainment system.

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    Thai car buyers looking to drive home a fully electric XC40 can expect a free warranty, maintenance, and assistance package and a free three-year premium first-class car insurance.

    Volvo Cars Thailand is also throwing in a free wall-box EV charger (with two years warranty), a free home electrical health check, free installation, and free cost for recharging the car’s high-voltage battery through EA Anywhere application.

    The Thai-spec electric XC40 Recharge is priced at T฿2,590,000.

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