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Volvo EX30 Named 2024 World Urban Car


Beating out a competitive field of nominees, the EX30 was awarded the 2024 World Urban Car title in a recent presentation at the New York International Auto Show. The smallest-ever SUV was also named one of the top three cars in the world out of a list of 38 nominees.

 The EX30 was revealed last summer to almost universal acclaim and has already won several major awards, including The Sun Car of the Year, the Small SUV/Crossover of the Year award from the Sunday Times, and the Eco Warrior of the Year award from Top Gear magazine.

 As such, the EX30 is a solid addition to Volvo Cars’ product portfolio, which also contains several very attractive plug-in and mild hybrid models in multiple segments. Those cars are an essential bridge to Volvo Cars’ ambition to sell electric vehicles only by 2030.

Since its reveal, the EX30 has rapidly proven to be a very popular car with customers. Based on our Volvo Cars’ order book, the company expects it to be one of its best-selling models this year.

It is the smallest SUV the company ever launched, and it’s built on a purpose-designed electric car platform. In addition to producing zero tailpipe emissions, it has been developed to keep its carbon footprint to a minimum across the car’s complete lifecycle.

EX30 buyers have a choice of three electric powertrains: a Single-Motor version with 200kW (272hp) and a 51kWh battery; a Single-Motor Extended Range with a battery capacity increased to 69kWh; and a Twin-Motor Performance model with 315kW (428hp) and a 69kWh battery. The EX30 offers a driving range of up to 476km, and its battery can be recharged from 10 to 80 per cent in a little over 25 minutes.

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