From the good old days of the legendary 240 station wagon to the modern V90, the Scandinavian automotive powerhouse has always had a special place in the hearts of buyers all over the world. And their conspicuously durable cars will never cease to top the ranks.
Volvo is one automaker that prioritizes environmental friendliness without sacrificing power and performance. The Swedish automaker has announced that it will offer only fully electric cars by 2030. And looking at Volvo’s lively lineup of top-class EVs and plug-in hybrids, this dream is not far-fetched.
For the 2022 model year, Volvo has added a new nameplate and some other fundamental changes to reinvigorate its lineup.
Volvo has unveiled the all-new C40 recharge, a handsome fastback that shares its underpinnings with the XC40. The 2022 C40 recharge is equipped with two powerful electric motors that deliver a dazzling 402-horsepower. It also comes standard with an all-wheel drivetrain and boasts a 210-mile driving range per charge. The interior is roomy, elegant, and Comfortable.
The XC60 gets engine and infotainment upgrades. Volvo has replaced the T5 and T6 with two 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrains known as the B5 and B6. The old T8 still continues with its duties. The 2022 XC60 update sees a light refresh on its exterior, featuring redesigned grilles, and restyled bumpers. The motion-activated tailgate feature now comes standard. On the inside, the infotainment system now runs on Volvo’s latest Android-based software.
The V90 also benefits from the latest Android-based infotainment software. A new B6 mild-hybrid powertrain replaces the old T6. The 2022 V90 now has new and upgraded sensors to improve its safety and driver assistant features.
The 2022 XC40 Recharge is embellished with even more standard features which were absent in its predecessor. This includes a 360°-view parking camera, a 12-volt outlet in the cargo area, and Volvo’s newest Android-based infotainment software.
Rumors of a possible redesign have trailed the release of the 2022 S60 sedan. While we cannot confirm this, we do know that the S60 is originally a top-class vehicle, and a redesign will give competitors a better run for their buck.
The rest of the lineup gets minor updates ranging from restyled bumpers, reshuffled trim offerings, new paint colors, and Volvo’s brand-new Android-based infotainment software.
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