Volvo has consistently been at the forefront of hybrid and electric vehicle design, and they've taken a major step forward with the 2021 model year. The Recharge lineup has officially entered its second year, with a larger number of models getting a robust hybrid variant. By 2025, Volvo's goal is to have half of all their vehicles sold be pure electric, while the rest being hybrids. Then by 2040, the company aims to align with the Paris Agreement and be fully climate-neutral.

What is a Volvo Recharge Vehicle?

A Volvo Recharge model refers to the company's line of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and electric vehicles. The Volvo XC40 was the first to get the Recharge moniker and was the company's first-ever purely electric SUV. However, there are other models that are hybrids with gasoline engines that are mated to an electric motor, such as the Volvo S90 sedan.

Which Models Have a Recharge Variant?

The great thing about shopping for a Volvo Recharge model is the sheer diversity of options that you have at your disposal. Currently, the only all-electric offering is the Volvo XC40 Recharge, a subcompact SUV that comfortably sits up to five people. The rest of the models are hybrids, and your options are as follows:

Volvo Recharge SUVs

  • Volvo XC60 Recharge
  • Volvo XC90 Recharge

Volvo Recharge Sedans

  • Volvo S60 Recharge
  • Volvo S90 Recharge

Volvo Recharge Wagon

  • Volvo V60 Recharge

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Ready to see what Volvo Recharge vehicles in Ohio can do for you? It's time to come and see us. At Kempthorn Volvo, we're incredibly excited to be part of the future of Volvo. Stop by our dealership today to discuss all your financing and leasing options and help be part of a new environmentally-friendly world.

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