The new Volvo C40 Recharge has been officially announced, and it is Volvo’s first model to go solely fully electric. That means the new C40 Recharge won’t be available as any form of hybrid, or with a combustion engine.
This isn’t a vehicle you’ll be able to walk into a showroom and buy either, with the Volvo C40 Recharge only available online (a first for Volvo) and a step towards all cars from the brand being sold exclusively online by 2030.
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