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The fully-electric Volvo C40 Recharge was awarded five stars safety rating in 2022 Euro NCAP testing. It joins its brothers in the Volvo Cars lineup as one of today’s most safe cars. Volvo Cars continues to receive five stars in Euro NCAP testing. All Volvo models currently on sale received five stars in their Euro NCAP assessments.
The C40 Recharge was particularly good in terms of occupant safety, driver assistance systems, and the inclusion of one among the best standard safety offers in its class. These safety technologies, among many others, help drivers avoid collisions and stay in their lane, reducing the risk of running off the road.
Malin Ekholm is the head of Volvo Cars Safety Centre. She stated that “We always strive to be a leader when it comes to safety. “We adhere to high safety standards in all our cars, many which we have helped establish over the years. No matter what Volvo you choose, your loved ones and you will be able to drive one of the most safe cars on the road”.
The C40 Recharge, Volvo Cars’ second fully-electric model, was launched in 2021. Volvo Cars will launch a new generation of pure electric vehicles in the coming years. This is one of the most ambitious electrification projects in the industry.
Volvo Cars was the first car manufacturer to fully embrace electrification. It aims to be the first company to exclusively sell electric cars by 2030. It already plans to have half its worldwide volume of pure electric vehicles by 2025. Volvo Cars is determined to be a safety leader and the next generation of Volvo models will set new safety standards.