The overwhelming want for larger cars within the SUV physique type is being acknowledged by a number of car makers and Volvo is moreover cognizant of this as a result of it appears at concentrating on SUVs within the cases to come back again. In line with Hakan Samuelsson, CEO at Volvo Vehicles, there’s a probability that a number of of the sedans and wagons within the firm’s present lineup could make technique for newer decisions within the SUV part.
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Talking to a UK-based publication, Samuelsson admitted Volvo at current could have far too many sedans and wagons nevertheless that SUVs are the place the precise demand is at. “Historically, we have now had sedans, wagons and SUVs. Now we promote round 75% SUVs, which implies we’d like extra SUVs,” he said. “We now have the C40 Recharge, and we’re planning a smaller SUV beneath the 40-series.”
The C40 Recharge is the latest EV to come back again out of Volvo camp and claims to have a per-charge range in further of 400 kilometres. Its design is a confluence of an ordinary car and an all-terrain automobile or SUVs.
The car maker moreover has the XC40 Recharge which it’s planning to drive into India this summer season season.
Samuelsson is of the opinion that decisions within the SUV lineup is what’s required. “We want extra SUV kinds of larger electrical automobiles. That’s the best way of working proper now and what we have now in our growth pipeline.”
Smaller and additional fairly priced SUVs could actually help Volvo consolidate its place amongst rivals, and significantly in markets like China and India. And whereas it isn’t as if sedans and wagons might be abandoned altogether, the fee within the EV space at least might be led by SUVs transferring forward, moreover because of it’s often agreed that this physique type is and might be favoured by most shoppers all through the globe.