Volvo announces price of its XC40 Recharge P8 electric car for the United States

New electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) will cost under $50,00 after federal tax credit

By
Ian Osborne
October 23, 2020
Category:
EV Life

Volvo has announced prices for its all-electric XC40 Recharge P8 that is currently available to order in the United States. Prices start at $53,990, which after including $995 in obligatory destination charges and deducting $7,500 for the federal tax credit, means the price comes in at $47,485.

The XC40 Recharge electric sports utility vehicle features a 78 kWh battery that delivers 402 horsepower to two motors, for both front and rear wheels, on this four-wheel-drive vehicle. It will take the XC4O Recharge from 0-62mph (0-100kph) in just under five seconds and offers a range of 208 miles (335km).

Volvo has announced that it will offer access to the nationwide ChargePoint charging infrastructure that has over 115,000 charge points throughout the country.

Volvo said: "Beyond its own network, ChargePoint has active roaming integrations with partners including EVgo, FLO, and Greenlots among others. This means a single ChargePoint account will give Volvo customers access to more than 80 percent of public AC and DC stations across the US and Canada today with additional access in the coming months."

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