We don’t have long to wait until the covers come off the Volvo EX30, the Swedish brand’s smallest electric car to date. But before its big reveal next week, an image of a production-spec model has been leaked online.
A side profile view of the electric SUV was shared on social media platform Twitter which shows the model in full, boasting many of the styling cues found on the larger EX90.
Patent images of the EX30 surfaced earlier this month but lacked some of the details we now see today, such as its wheels.
In terms of size, Volvo tells us that we’re in for ”something small” and that it appears to be. We don’t know the exact proportions but it’s likely it’ll be more compact than the XC40 that’s currently on sale.
Driving range has also been indicated by British publication Autocar, which says two battery options will be available from launch. These include a smaller 51kWh lithium-iron-phosphate unit and a longer range 69kWh nickel-cobalt-manganese variant.
A maximum range of 480km for the model has been indicated, likely relating to the higher capacity battery of the two. There will also be a choice of rear- or all-wheel drive.
The Volvo EX30 will be revealed in full on Wednesday, 7 June 2023 at 11:30pm NZST.