Volvo has highlighted it will launch its first all-electric car in 2019, but mentioned that the model will be hard to come by. It has said that officials are going to produce an initial electric model which will be variant of XC40 crossover, and is said to arrive very soon after the Polestar 2.
Details on the Polestar 2 are sketchy, but it is expected to appear in 2019 as a less-expensive alternative to the Polestar 1, which Volvo had incorporated, a £117,740 plug-in hybrid coupe, that will launch as an independent brand. As well as this, it is said that the electric Volvo XC40 could be a rival to Tesla’s upcoming Model Y, the crossover companion to the Model 3.
Last year, it was announced that the electric Volvo would have a range of 250 miles and would cost between £26,584-£30,382. It has also been said that the larger XC90 crossover would also get an all-electric variant in 2021, in aims to offer hybrid, plug-in hybrid or an all-electric version of each vehicle made beginning in 2019.
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