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You can find 4 different trims/engines for the Volvo C40 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2021 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Volvo C40 is a fully-electric subcompact crossover SUV that has been produced by Volvo since 2021.
This model is considered to be a fully-electric version of the Volvo XC40 Recharge as both models share a large number of features. It also shares the same powertrain as found in the Polestar 2s.
It features a 5-door layout built on the Compact Modular Architecture platform.
As a fully-electric SUV, competition obviously comes from the popular Tesla Model Y. The Audi Q4 is another competitor currently. However, with the surge in the popularity of electric SUVs, there will most likely be fierce competition in the near future.
Trim options consist of only three levels. These are the base Core, followed by the mid-tier Plus, and finally the premium-tier Ultimate.
It was only in March 2022 when Volvo revealed plans for a single-motor version. Before this front motor version’s debut, the C40 was exclusively powered by dual motors.
Electric powertrains are limited to two different power outputs. These permanent magnet synchronous motors are capable of delivering either 170 or 300 kW. The Core trim is the only level that is limited to the lower power output.
These are driven by either a 69 kWh or 75 kWh lithium-ion battery which feeds either a single or dual set of electric motors respectively.
Drivetrains consist of either front-wheel drive or the four-wheel system found paired with the higher output motors.
The estimated range has been listed as 270 and 226 miles for the single and dual motors respectively.
Towing will have a considerably large effect on the ranges depending on the load and conditions.