We are excited to announce Stoneacre Chesterfield, located on Brimington Road North, will be hosting an event for Volvo’s first-ever purely electric car, the Volvo C40 Recharge.
The ‘Zero Omissions’ event will run for three days from Friday 4 March – Sunday 6 March, in order for customers to come in and explore the future of electric motoring, as well as test-drive the new model.
True to the Volvo Swedish heritage, customers can enjoy a ‘Fika’ coffee break whilst attending the event as they find out more about Volvo’s evolution to becoming a fully electric car company by 2030.
The C40 is Volvo’s first purely electric model and really marks the brand’s push towards electrification. With its bold and sleep design matched with a slimmed crossover side profile, along with a contrasting black roof, mirror caps and other matching design callouts – the C40 Recharge creates a striking silhouette.
Furthermore, the Volvo C40 Recharge presents a large battery that allows drivers to travel up to 274 miles on a single charge. With rapid charging integrated into its core design, owners of the C40 can charge their car from 10 to 80 per cent in just 37 minutes, allowing them to feel confident and relaxed on the road.
Marco Marchetta, Business Manager at Stoneacre Chesterfield, said: “We’re delighted to welcome visitors through our doors for the launch of the new C40 Recharge with an event that celebrates electric driving.
“We are incredibly excited to have the new Volvo C40 Recharge at Stoneacre Chesterfield, which, alongside the award-winning XC40 Recharge, truly showcases the future of motoring.
“We know that many drivers are still yet to drive an electric car, which makes this a fantastic opportunity to test drive the vehicles, discover more about their technology and get expert advice for when the time comes to make the switch.”
If you are interested in the Volvo C40 Recharge event or would like to book a test drive to get a feel for pure electric driving, contact Stoneacre Chesterfield for more information.
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