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Volvo EX30 Ultra Twin Motor Performance

The Volvo EX30 Ultra Twin Motor Performance is a game-changer in the world of electric vehicles, boasting impressive performance figures that rival even the most performance-oriented models on the market. With its twin electric-motor arrangement generating a whopping 315 kW and 543 Nm of torque, this all-electric crossover is capable of reaching 0-100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds, setting a new standard for acceleration in Volvo’s lineup.

During rigorous testing, the EX30 lived up to its claims, sprinting to 100 km/h in an astonishing 3.69 seconds, outpacing formidable rivals like the Audi RS6 Avant Performance. Its overtaking acceleration is equally impressive, with lightning-fast times of 1.31 seconds from 100 to 120 km/h and 1.67 seconds from 120 to 140 km/h.

The EX30’s stopping power matches its acceleration prowess, thanks to a set of large ventilated brake discs and aerodynamically-designed wheels wrapped in high-performance Goodyear rubber. During emergency braking tests, it achieved consistently impressive results, with an average stopping distance of 44.46 meters from 100 km/h.

While its performance is exceptional, the EX30 also delivers impressive efficiency, with a fuel consumption rate of 20.8 kWh over a mixed-use 100 km route. Although slightly higher than Volvo’s claimed figure, it still offers a commendable all-electric range of 319 km when fully charged.

For a comprehensive review of the Volvo EX30 Ultra Twin Motor Performance, check out the June issue of CAR magazine, available now. With its combination of speed, agility, and efficiency, the EX30 is redefining what it means to drive an electric vehicle.


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