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News Volvo And Polestar to Develop Small Electric SUV

Volvo And Polestar to Develop Small Electric SUV

Volvo is apparently working with Polestar to develop a new electric sport utility vehicle that is smaller than the Volvo XC40 and more affordable as well.

Polestar currently offers the Polestar 2, with a more affordable single-engine version just released. The manufacturer does not currently have an electric SUV, but that will come soon with the arrival of the Polestar 3.

However, according to Autocar, Volvo and Polestar are hard at work developing a new electric SUV, a model that would slot under the Volvo XC40 and the Polestar 3 in terms of size and price.

The model initially called XC20 or C20 will probably have another name according to the source. It will be built on Geely’s new SEA electric platform. To be continued…

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