Volvo's first EV can drive 400 kilometers on a single charge

Volvo Cars presented its first electrical car Wednesday. The fully electrical car is based on Volvo's SUV XC40 model.

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Chinese-owned Swedish car manufacturer Volvo Cars presented its first fully electrical car in Los Angeles Wednesday evening European time, writes UK media the Mirror.

The car is based on Volvo's small SUV, the XC40 model, and has a range of 400 kilometers on a single charge. In comparison, a Tesla electrical car can drive 600 kilometers on one charge.

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