The Volvo EX30 is a compact crossover/SUV that slots under the EX40 Recharge in the Volvo lineup and which will officially debut June 7, 2023 (soon!). It was originally announced in December of 2022 and, initially, will be built in China. It sits on the Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA) platform developed by Volvo’s parent company Geely. It comes with two different battery options: a 51-kWh lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) pack or a 69-kWh nickel-cobalt-manganese (NMC) pack said to be good for 200 miles per charge. Range with the bigger option enabling a maximum driving range of 270 miles in RWD or 260 miles in AWD (expected EPA figures). In Europe, it will be sold online on a subscription basis with a three-month minimum commitment. In keeping with its reputation for, the automaker is already talking about active and passive safety features in the EX30. Patent images from China have already been leaked, so we know basically what it will look like, though paint and other details will make it look much better. Edited to add post-reveal images.