The Beijing Motor Show brought a number of announcements, including Volvo’s surprise reveal of the XC40 T5 PHEV. According to Auto Express UK, the model is “expected to share many of its internals with the Lynk & Co. 01 PHEV.”
Over the last two years, Volvo has been a leader in electrification, with fifty percent of its new sales to be electric models by 2025.
The XC50 model line is Volvo’s first integration of the Volvo CMA platform the company developed in conjunction with Geely. Though the CMA platform is a new addition, the XC40 vehicles visually share many features with the XC60 and XC90 models. Auto Express’ Richard Ingram took an in-depth look. Read more.