Volvo electric cars

Everything you love about driving. Zero tailpipe emissions.

Designed fully electric. Ready for the future of driving

Elevated electric driving

We've looked over the horizon to develop a range of cars that elevate electrification. Instead of simply adapting what's come before, we design and engineer electric cars that deliver a new way to enjoy life on the road.

Singular electric exteriors

Volvo electric car exteriors take our signature Scandinavian design style in a striking direction. Exteriors are bold and contemporary with sleek colour-coordinated shields and aerodynamically optimised wheels and wing mirrors for improved efficiency.

Renewable and recycled materials

The upholsteries and décor featured in our electric car interiors apply renewable and recycled materials in elegant new ways. Transformed into premium materials, they enrich the minimalistic interior architecture of our luxury cabins.

Go further on a single charge

Our next-generation powertrains and rapid onboard chargers are engineered to deliver more range on a single charge and make every top-up more efficient.

Never miss a chance to charge

Get automatic charging reminders on the road when your battery hits 20%. You can also get reminders when you don’t plug in at saved charging locations via the Volvo Cars App.

Optimize every charge

Select a charging station, and your car will heat or cool the battery to the optimal temperature for rapid charging. You don’t have to do anything. Battery pre-conditioning is automatic when your car has a 20% charge or more.

Engineered for more confident electric driving.

Bird's eye view of the rear left side of a fully electric Volvo EX30 plugged in to charge.

Easily integrate charging into your daily routine with a little help from your fully electric Volvo car.

Innovative batteries. On the cutting edge of energy.

Advanced battery safety

Our commitment to safety extends to electric car batteries. That’s why we develop and produce the battery packs and systems used in our range of fully electric cars. Using Battery Management Systems, we also monitor and regulate how batteries function during normal operation.

Battery production and recycling

Batteries are the most carbon-intensive component in our electric cars. By managing the entire production value chain and recycling, we help ensure battery production is as circular as possible and avoid batteries going to a landfill at the end of their lives.

8-year battery warranty

New Volvo electric cars have an extended battery warranty valid for eight years or 160,000 km (or whichever comes first). During the warranty period, we guarantee 70% state-of-health, an indicator of the battery’s energy storage capacity. That means a high level of performance, guaranteed.

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Advanced safety features

Drive with peace of mind knowing your electric car is equipped with advanced innovations designed to keep you and your loved ones safe on the road.

Close-up of a smartphone screen showing a Volvo driver the charging status of their car as it appears in the Volvo Cars app.

Take the guesswork out of charging

Stress less about charging with the Volvo Cars app. Simple displays and controls help you find public chargers, check charging status, schedule charging and more. Learn about more time-saving app features.

Installations by Qmerit

Installations by Qmerit

Once you have purchased a home charger for your Volvo, connect with our partners at Qmerit to schedule a professional install.*

*By clicking on this link you are leaving the Volvo Cars website and you will be directed to the Qmerit website and subject to its terms of use.

What do you want to know about Volvo fully electric cars?

How do electric cars work?

Electric cars work by using a battery to store electrical energy that powers an electric motor. This motor converts the energy to propel the car's wheels. Electric cars do not rely on burning fuel to generate power. Instead, they capture and store energy through charging and regenerative braking.

How long does it take to charge at home?

Charging times depend on a few factors, including the charging equipment you use, the battery’s initial charge level, and the level you’re after.

We recommend keeping your battery charged above 20 per cent and only charging up to 90 per cent. This can help reduce charging times (0 to 10 per cent and 90 to 100 per cent take the longest) and help protect the battery health.

Enjoy fast, efficient at-home charging with a Volvo Cars wallbox. Install yours indoors or outdoors and use the Volvo Cars app to schedule charging off-peak when energy tariffs can be lower.

How does the car help me to find the nearest charging station?

Use the centre console or the Volvo Cars app to search Google Maps for nearby charging stations. Filter by availability, charger speed, charging network and price. When you’ve selected a destination, you’ll get turn-by-turn navigation.

In some car models, you’ll see the expected charge level on arrival, and your car’s battery will automatically be pre-conditioned. This ensures the battery is at the optimal temperature for efficient charging.

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Is there a warranty for Volvo fully electric car batteries?

When you buy a new fully electric Volvo car, your battery is covered by a warranty for eight years or 160,000 km, whichever occurs first, where the car and battery are maintained and operated according to the recommendations of Volvo Cars.

Can the battery be replaced?

The battery and battery modules can be replaced like any other technical part of the car.

How does the battery impact safety in a collision?

The battery adds around 500 kg of weight to our fully electric cars. This changes how a collision would impact the passengers in the car and the other vehicles involved. Batteries must also be protected to avoid harmful leakages after a collision. Utilising a range of innovative safety solutions, engineers at Volvo Cars have designed fully electric cars that meet these challenges.

Is the lifecycle carbon footprint of a full electric Volvo car less than an equivalent internal combustion engine vehicle?

Over the average lifetime of a vehicle, the carbon footprint of a fully electric vehicle (BEV) is less than that of a traditional internal combustion engine vehicle (ICE). However, the distance needed to be driven for a BEV to become less carbon-intensive than an ICE vehicle largely depends on how the electricity that power the vehicle is generated.

If you charge your BEV with renewable electricity, you will need to drive less for that point to be reached, compared with if you use electricity generated from fossil fuels. We encourage you to power your electric vehicle with electricity from renewable sources.

We are committed to full transparency regarding the full carbon impact of our electric vehicles. A lifecycle analysis (LCA) is available for some of our fully electric cars. View the product description page for the fully electric Volvo car you’re interested in to learn more.

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The alternative route  

Choose a plug-in hybrid to go electric with a combustion engine as backup when you need it.