While Volvo's smallest SUV is currently the XC40, rumours have suggested for years that the company has plans to introduce a smaller SUV model to its range, dubbed the XC20. Set to rival the Audi Q2 and Volkswagen T-Roc, as well as the upcoming Mercedes EQA, the XC20 would arrive first in purely electric form, with multiple plug-in hybrid variants expected to arrive at a later date. A range of at least 250 miles between charges is expected from the fully electric version, with drive sent to the front wheels. It will be the first Volvo to use new underpinnings developed by Volvo's parent firm, Geely.
Although the XC20 name is not set in stone, Volvo has trademarked the name in key markets including the US, Australia and Europe. The brand also owns the XC10 name, but it's understood that such a model does not, at the moment at least, factor into Volvo's future plans.
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