XC40 Recharge specifications

A white Volvo XC40 Recharge SUV standing still on grey floor in a studio.

Seating and cargo capacity

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With the rear seats up, the load compartment has enough space below the load cover for two suitcases 750mm long, 520mm wide and 310mm high.

Boost load compartment space to 1,295 l

Fold down the rear seats for optimal luggage capacity – and with no lip to lift items over, larger objects are easier to load and unload. A foldable floor acts as a handy divider to hold shopping bags secure as well as enabling hidden, lockable underfloor storage.

Range and charging

Pure electric range

The range above shows the official WLTP certified data for the selected motor for combined driving. Actual range in real world conditions can vary depending on driving style, temperature, use of the vehicle’s climate system and other factors such as elevation, wind, rain and road surface.


Fast charging

Typical time to charge from 10 to 80 per cent with 150kW DC fast charging (CCS2).


Home charging

Typical time to charge from 0 to 100 per cent with 11kW AC fast charging (Type 2) 3-phase 16A.*

Charging ports

The XC40 Recharge has a combined charging socket with both AC and DC inlet ports.

Charging equipment included

11 kW onboard charger (Type 2).

* Charging times will vary and are dependent on factors such as outdoor temperature, current battery temperature, charging equipment, battery condition and car condition.

Car audio system options

The XC40 Recharge is available with two audio system options.

High Performance audio system

Standard - 8 speakers - 7 channels - 250W output

Harman Kardon

Optional - 13 speakers - 12 channels - 600W output - Subwoofer

Infotainment and driver displays

Driver information that helps keep you in control is shown in the driver display while the centre display is a hub for connectivity, Google services, climate control, entertainment and car settings.

Driver display on a Volvo XC40 Recharge.

Infotainment centre display on a Volvo XC40 Recharge.

Lifecycle carbon footprint

We believe in being transparent about the full carbon impact of our fully electric vehicles. So, we have conducted and published a lifecycle analysis (LCA) of our XC40 Recharge twin. The LCA includes all carbon emissions involved in producing the vehicle (including supplier activities, manufacturing and logistics), as well as 200,000km of use. Over its lifetime, an XC40 Recharge twin has a lower carbon impact than a petrol-powered XC40, irrespective of the charging electricity mix (global, EU or wind). However, the electricity source used when charging the XC40 Recharge has a significant impact on its total carbon emissions. Whenever possible, we encourage you to charge using renewable electricity.


Tonnes of CO2 equivalent

XC40 Recharge twin (electric)

Production, including battery (98%)

Use – charged using wind power (2%)


Tonnes of CO2 equivalent

XC40 Recharge twin (electric)

Production, including battery (48%)

Use – charged using global energy mix (52%)


Tonnes of CO2 equivalent

XC40 (petrol)*

Production (27%)

Use – petrol (73%)

* The carbon footprint of the XC40 (petrol) has been updated after the publication of the lifecycle analysis report of the XC40 Recharge.

Features depicted may not be standard or available for all equipment levels and powertrain options.

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