Volvo has reportedly confirmed that it will reveal the fully-electric version of the Volvo XC40 later this year.
Volvo recently confirmed the plans to Automotive News Europe, but failed to give any other details about the electric XC40. When it does arrive in 2020 the zero emissions XC40 will be the first pure electric Volvo. It will also arrive around the same time as the Polestar 2, the second electric vehicle from the Volvo Car Group.
The XC40 is also going to be offered as a plug-in hybrid later this year. The XC40 T5 plug-in hybrid will be powered by a T5 Twin Engine setup that will mate a 1.5L four-cylinder to an electric motor and a 9.7-kWh lithium-ion battery. A second XC40 plug-in hybrid is also planned with a T4 Twin Engine.