Volvo’s presentation of its XC40 some months ago left one question open: When would the PHEV version and its all-electric variant see the light of day? The answer has now been partly provided.
The PHEV shall hit the stores in late 2018, with 184 kW (250 PS) and an electric range of 50 km, according to the Welt. The model couples a 1.5-litre petrol engine with a 55 kW electric motor. The price for the twin engine model has not yet been published, pricing for the petrol-powered equivalent starts at 46,100 euros.
The all-electric XC40 still has no official launch date.
welt.de (in German)