Out of 200,000 Plugsurfing places for charging Volvo cars, two are in SerbiaJuly 13, 2020
Drivers of all-electric Volvo Recharge models in Europe will soon have easy access to more than 200,000 charging stations as Volvo Cars has chosen Plugsurfing as its partner, allowing long journeys across the continent without any problems.
Users will be able to charge their cars with the help of a contactless charging card or a smartphone app at any of the over 200,000 stations supported by Plugsurfing in 38 European countries. In Serbia, chargers are available in only two places, in Belgrade, at a price of 77.60 dinars per kilowatt-hour. Each charge and payment is calculated on a monthly basis, because Plugsurfing does not oblige its users to subscribe to use the service.
Through the Plugsurfing app on the Android infotainment system, drivers of electric Volvo cars can filter charging stations by location, real-time availability and charging speed. The application also displays price information for each station, which makes the process simple and transparent.
Volvo Cars starts launching the Plugsurfing service with the all-electric XC40 Recharge P8 when deliveries start later this year.
The XC40 Recharge P8 is the first in a family of all-electric Volvo cars and the company’s first all-electric car. The XC40 Recharge P8 with all-wheel drive offers an autonomy of over 400 km (WLTP) per charge and a maximum power of 408 horsepower. The battery charges up to 80 percent of its capacity in 40 minutes on a DC fast charging infrastructure.
By 2025, the goal is for 50 percent of total global sales to be fully electric vehicles, while the rest should be hybrids.