Launched in 2021, the Volvo C40 Recharge is the manufacturer's second 100% electric model.

Backed by one of the most comprehensive safety offerings in its market segment, the C40 Recharge has shown itself to be particularly efficient in terms of occupant safety and driver assistance systems.

These safety technologies allow, among other scenarios, to help drivers detect obstacles and avoid collisions, stay in their lane and reduce the consequences of an accidental departure from the road.

The scores obtained are 92% for the protection of adults, 89% for the protection of children, 70% for the protection of weak users (not really something to celebrate…) and 89% for driving aids.

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Volvo plans to sell only 100% electric vehicles by 2030. Already by 2025, the brand expects all-electric vehicles to account for more than half of its global production.

In line with its ambition to become a leader in automotive safety, Volvo also aims to set new standards in this area with its new generation of vehicles.

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