Plug-in hybrid cars

Discover our range of plug-in hybrid cars.

Electric cars with a backup plan

What if we didn't just look at the number of electric cars, but the number of electric journeys we enable?

Young girl with a football walking towards her mother standing in front of a Volvo XC90 Recharge plug-in hybrid.

Electric most of the time

With our plug-in hybrids, you can make sure most of your everyday journeys are pure electric.

A Volvo XC60 Recharge plug-in hybrid driving on a curvy road at sunset.

Hybrid when you need it

Whenever you need to go on a longer journey, hybrid mode has you covered.

Regenerative braking

Energy created when braking is harnessed and stored in the car’s battery for future use, allowing you to drive more sustainably and economically .

Compare Volvo plug-in hybrids

Trunk capacity

XC40 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR268,888 MSRP

Compact, 5 seats

1004 x 746 x 887

44 km(electric); 2.2 litres/100km

XC60 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR357,888.00 MSRP

Medium, 5 seats

1055 x 776 x 960

45 km(electric); 2.2 litres/100km

XC90 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR434,888.00 MSRP

Spacious, 7 seats

1130 x 889 x 1040

44 km(electric); 2.3 litres/100km

S60 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR315,888.00 MSRP

Medium, 5 seats

996 x 485 x 1005

49 km(electric); 2.0 litres/100km

S90 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR370,888 MSRP

Spacious, 5 seats

1024 x 373 x 1149

48 km(electric); 2.1 litres/100km

V60 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from MYR321,888 MSRP

Medium, 5 seats

1138 x 731 x 1033

49km(electric);2.0 ltr/100km

* The specified fuel consumption and range values were determined in accordance with WLTP. The actual range and fuel consumption achieved under real conditions varies depending on driving behaviour and other external factors.

Explore electrification

Discover more about owning and driving a Volvo Recharge car.

What else do you want to know about Volvo plug-in hybrids?

A plug-in hybrid car, also known as a PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), is a car that uses both a conventional petrol engine and a battery-powered electric motor to provide power to the wheels.

Volvo Cars is currently using Lithium-ion battery packs in its Recharge plug-in hybrid cars.

Our Recharge plug-in hybrids are designed to meet many people’s daily commuting need. Range will of course vary depending upon model, driving style, topography and road conditions. The main benefit of a plug-in hybrid is that you always have the petrol engine as back-up between charges, so range should not be an issue.

Most people charge their cars at home overnight, with a charging wall box in their carport or garage. Others have the possibility to charge their car at work or at public charging stations, which in many areas are becoming increasingly easier to find.

Charging times will vary and are dependent on factors such as outdoor temperature, current battery temperature, charging equipment, battery condition and car condition. You will find specific charging times in the technical specifications for each available plug-in hybrid model.