The all-new Volvo EX30 2025 officially appeared online to be crowned the fastest and smallest Volvo.
and to attract all eyes at its competitive price.
This news star is in the category of a very small SUV and is fully powered by 422
horsepower, and can
accelerate from stillness down to a speed of 96 km/h (60 mi/h) in 3.4 seconds up to a speed of 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds.
If you think Volvo already has a small electric SUV that is Volvo XC40 Recharge, you have to compare its size with the newest Volvo 2025.
Volvo Car Size EX30 2025
The length of the new car is 4,233 mm, vs. 4,440 mm the length of the XC40.
New vehicle wheelbase length 2,650 mm, vs. 2,702 mm XC40 vehicle base length.
Price difference between new Volvo electric vehicles:
Volvo XC40 2023 is fully electric from USD 53,550 equivalent to SAR 200,812 in the US market.
Volvo EX30 2025 will start at EUR 36 thousand equivalent to Pound 33,795 in Europe, and will start at USD
34,950 or USD 36,145 equivalent to SAR 131,062 or SAR 135,543 with delivery in America!
This is a very competitive price for a new sophisticated, fast, and practical car.
This competitive price makes you get a new car that comes standard with a single electric motor that
generates 268 horsepower (272 European horsepower PS or 200 kW) and 343 Nm of torque, offering
surprisingly strong performance due to its price and small class in the Swedish Volvo car range, and the
new version accelerates from zero to 96 km/s (60 mi/h) 5.4 seconds, up to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds. The
relatively small 54 kWh LFP battery can make the vehicle travel up to 344 km/h per charge according to
WLTP metrics. 28 minutes need to charge its batteries with 134 kW current from 10% to 80%.
The use of lithium-ion phosphate battery was LFP
The use of LFP lithium-ion phosphate battery in the standard vehicle was a key factor in lowering its price
But buyers looking to cover more distance per charge can pay GBP 38,490 for the new car with 69 KWh
NMC batteries, Which improves performance, range and charge times, the car accelerates from 0 to 100
km/h in 5.3 seconds, To travel up to 480 km per electric charge according to WLTP scales Batteries
are charged from 10% to 80% between 26.5 and 28 minutes.
If you pay a starting price of £40,995 for the Performance version of the Volvo EX30 2025, which relies on
two electric engines with a combined power of 422 horsepower (428 European horsepower PS) and 543
Nm of torque, the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds, and this version relies on a long
-range NMC battery, but this two-engine version has a higher weight which reduces the distance by one electric charge to 460 km.
This new car travels on 18 inch strips (19in or 20in alloy strips for long-range version and high
performance car) and a ceiling of varying colors, LED headlights, steering-assisted adaptive cruise control,
heated seats, 1.040W Harman Cardone sound system and 12.3in vertical touch screen that supports
Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Google Assistant.