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VOLVO XC40 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 2017
Engines: Electric, Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)

2022 - Present

Volvo introduced the XC40 in 2017 and became an instant hit in the carmaker's portfolio, even though it was offered with internal combustion engines. But that was changed over the years. In 2021, the carmaker introduced a facelift for the crossover and gave the XC40 Recharge an all-electric powertrain. From the outside, the overall shape was kept, but there were some changes here and ...

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2019 - 2022

Volvo's first ever production electric car, the XC30 Recharge is also the first model to spearhead an entire new line of cars in the future lineup of the Swedish carmaker. To put it simply, every model from the Recharge lineup will feature some type of electrical assistance. This includes both plug-in hybrids and fully electric cars, as Volvo plans to grow to the Recharge line to engulf 50 ...

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  VOLVO XC40 Recharge 78 KWh (408 HP)

2017 - Present

In 2017, Volvo successfully launched its smallest SUV: the XC40. The Swedish car-manufacturer decided to launch its small SUV in Milan, Italy, considered to be the world's fashion capital. The new model was jointly developed with Geely, the Chinese brand that owns Volvo Car Company. The new Volvo XC40 was the first model on Volvo Cars' new modular vehicle architecture (CMA), which ...

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gasoline engines:

  VOLVO XC40 1.5L T3 6MT (156 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 T3 8AT AWD (156 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 T4 8AT AWD (190 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 T5 8AT (247 HP)

diesel engines:

  VOLVO XC40 2.0L D3 6MT (150 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 2.0L D3 8AT (150 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 2.0L D3 8AT AWD (150 HP)

  VOLVO XC40 2.0L D4 8AT AWD (190 HP)