The C40 Recharge, Volvo Car India's second totally electric vehicle, has been met with tremendous success in the Indian market. It has already sold more than 100 cars in advance during the first month of its release.
Volvo is working hard to get these vehicles to customers as soon as possible. The retail price of the first-ever electric automobile, the C40 Recharge, had shocked consumers. The company has now announced the end of the special promotional pricing period that rewarded early customers. C40 Recharge's ex-showroom pricing has been increased to 62.95 lakhs effective immediately.
Customers in India have shown such enthusiasm for Volvo's electric vehicles that the business has opted to offer just the all-electric "Recharge" edition of the XC40. Volvo also offers a limited-time "Festive Delight Offer" for customers who choose to purchase an XC40 Recharge as part of its efforts to advance the electrification goal. This exclusive offer is only available while supplies last.
Volvo's second electric vehicle (EV) in India, the C40 Recharge, is built at the company's Hosakote plant in Bengaluru, Karnataka, and features an 11kW charger. The C40 Recharge may only be purchased straight from the manufacturer's website. The Volvo Car India website now accepts direct online orders from customers. On the Volvo Car India website, you can reserve a vehicle for a refundable payment of Rs.1,00,000.
The XC40 Recharge has a long range (418 kilometres according to WLTP and 550 kms according to ICAT testing), a high-end interior, and cutting-edge safety technology.
New Ex-showroom Price: Rs. 62.95 lakhs plus applicable taxes, including
- 3 years comprehensive car warranty
- 3 years Volvo Service Package
- 3 years Road Side Assistance
- 8 years battery warranty
- 5 years subscription to digital services
- 1 wall box charger (11 Kw) through third party
This powerful vehicle boasts 408 horsepower and 660 Nm of torque, thanks to its cutting-edge 78 kWh lithium-ion battery. Despite its hefty 500 kg battery weight, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds, reaching a top speed of 180 km/h.