EXPLORE THE VOLVO PLUG-IN HYBRID RANGE
Starting from £41,425
£2,995 deposit£526 per month
Taking a more thoughtful path
By 2025 around 50 per cent of the cars Volvo produce and sell will be electric. The world is changing, and so are Volvo where they take climate change and pollution seriously. Volvo already offer a broad range of award-winning Plug-in Hybrid powertrains, and are currently rolling out a Mild Hybrid solution. Volvos Pure Electric cars are on their way.
At Volvo Cars, their powertrain technology is based on the concept of efficient power without compromise. They take a modular approach to powertrain engineering so that their engine architectures can deliver distinctive powertrain attributes and also be combined with electrification. But it doesn’t end there.
Plug-in to the future
Volvos Twin Engine cars deliver the one of the most powerful and yet most fuel-efficient driving experiences available today. A no-compromise combination of pure battery electric power and an efficient petrol engine give new meaning to the word flexibility and a driving experience you won’t forget.
Volvo Cars’ plug-in hybrid Twin Engine technology has been added to every new model we have launched since 2014, delivering a no-compromise mix of pure hybrid power.
Drive modes for every occasion
Volvo have engineered their Twin Engine plug-in hybrid models to meet the discerning needs of our drivers. With a range of drive modes to choose from you will glide through your day in Pure mode, zoom through it in Power mode, or maximise efficiency with Hybrid mode.
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Why has Volvo Cars decided to move to electric powertrains?
We have been innovating in the field of electric powertrains since the 1970s. For us this is a natural progression in terms of technology and a clear statement of our commitment towards sustainable mobility and the reduction of emissions.
What are the main benefits of an electrified powertrain over a conventional combustion engine?
Electrified powertrains offer a range of benefits – from reducing emissions and fuel costs to delivering a more responsive acceleration feel on take-off.
Aren’t electrified powertrains more expensive than regular petrol or diesel engines?
It depends. We will soon be offering a range of electrified powertrains that include mild hybrids, plug-in hybrids and pure electric cars. Electrified powertrains require less maintenance and have lower fuel consumption, and the cost of batteries is now reaching a point where it makes more sense to choose an electrified car.
What is a plug-in hybrid car?
A plug-in hybrid cars, also known as a PHEV is a car that uses both a conventional combustion engine and a battery-powered electric motor to provide power to the wheels.
What kind of battery is used in Volvo’s Twin Engine plug-in hybrids?
Volvo Cars is currently using Lithium-ion battery packs in its Twin Engine cars. The battery is designed to last the lifetime of the car.
What is the pure electric range of a plug-in hybrid?
Our Twin Engine plug-in hybrids are designed to meet the average 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 is never an issue.
How and where do I recharge my car?
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 are becoming increasingly easy to find.
How long does it take to charge the battery?
Charging time depends greatly upon the source of power and the amperage it delivers. You will find specific charging times in the technical specifications for each available electrified model.
Representative Finance Quote
|Volvo XC40 PCH||1.5 T5 Twin Engine R Design Auto||1.5 T5 Twin Engine Inscription Auto||1.5 T5 Twin Engine R Design Auto|
|Contract Length||48 months||48 months||48 months|
|Mileage per annum||8,000||8,000||15,000|
|Excess mileage charge for first 5,000 excess miles||7.56p per mile||7.56p per mile||7.56p per mile|
|After 5,000 excess miles, excess mileage charge||10.08p per mile||10.08p per mile||10.08p per mile|
**Important Information: 18’s & over, subject to status. Guarantee/Indemnity may be required.
You will not own the vehicle and it must be returned in good condition to avoid further charges. Subject to availability at participating dealers for vehicles registered 20/09/19 to 30/09/19 with delivery from early 2020. Not available with other promotions. Excess mileage will be charged at 7.56p per mile for the first 5,000 excess miles. After 5,000 excess miles, excess mileage will be charged at 10.08p per mile. Provided by Santander Consumer Finance trading as Volvo Car Financial Services, RH1 1SR. Image shown is for illustration purposes only.
All finance is subject to status and available to over 18's only (excluding The Channel Islands). Guarantees and indemnities may be required. Offers valid at the time of upload and liable to change.
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