By now you’ve probably seen or heard about the electric vehicle revolution that’s taking place in America.
And now, Volvo has unveiled the new XC-40.
And we can’t wait to see what this car is like.
The XC60 was the last electric car in the Volvo family, and it was pretty successful.
The Volvo X6 was the successor to the XC30.
The XC50 was a bit of a letdown, as it didn’t have the range and reliability to compete with the BMW X5.
The next generation, the XCV, was a disappointment too.
The current generation, dubbed the XCS, is a lot more appealing.
But if you’ve been waiting for the next Volvo to arrive, the company has just announced the XS60.
That’s an electric sedan that will be available next year.
It will be priced around £29,000 ($37,000), and will have a range of 100 miles (150 km) on a single charge.
The car will also have a 7.0-liter V8 engine.
It has a top speed of 220 mph (300 kph) and a range that is expected to be around 200 miles (320 km).
The XS70 will also be available, but it is only a limited edition.
It is expected that the car will be significantly less powerful, though.
Volvo says the new vehicle will be the most powerful model in the range.
The range of the new car is expected between 200 to 250 miles (322 to 350 km), and the car is rated for 40kWh (16 kWh).
It is not entirely clear if the new generation XCS will be based on the same chassis as the current generation XCV or the X70, though Volvo says that it will.
But both cars will have all-wheel drive.
The next-generation XCS should come in late 2018.
The company says that Volvo will start shipping the car in 2019, which would give us a window into the range of this new vehicle.