The Volvo C40 Recharge fully-electric crossover gets 5 stars in the safety test administered by Euro NCAP in 2022, placing it among the safest automobiles now available for purchase. The grade is the latest in a long run of five stars for Volvo Cars in the Euro NCAP; in fact, all of the tested Volvo vehicles currently available for purchase have gotten five stars in their individual Euro NCAP ratings.

Because it comes equipped with the most advanced safety technology of any vehicle in its class, the Volvo C40 Recharge scored exceptionally highly in the categories of passenger safety and driver assistance. These safety technologies assist the driver in various ways, including detecting and preventing crashes.

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In charge of the Volvo Cars Safety Center, Malin Ekholm said that the company "always strives to be a pioneer in safety." "This ensures that all of our vehicles adhere to stringent safety standards, many of which we have been instrumental in developing throughout our history. As a result, you will be traveling in one of the safest automobiles available to consumers if you decide to purchase a Volvo."

The C40 Recharge is Volvo Cars' second entirely electric vehicle, and it was released to the public in 2021. The next several years will see Volvo Cars introduce a whole new generation of fully electric cars on the market. Volvo Cars was the first well-established automaker to declare its intention to fully electrify its vehicles to sell solely fully electric cars by the year 2030 comes to a close.


The company's objective is to have pure electric vehicles account for 50 percent of its global volume by 2025. In addition, the next generation of Volvo vehicles is being designed to establish new benchmarks in terms of their level of safety. This objective directly reflects Volvo Cars' long-term goal to become the industry leader in car safety.

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