The 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge and the 2021 Polestar 2, two new electrical autos from the Volvo-Geely firm, received their official EPA rankings right now — each hitting over 200 miles of vary.

Each autos already had WLTP ranges, however the European customary is understood to not be consultant of the particular vary an EV will get on a North American street.

The EPA’s driving cycle is mostly way more consultant of the real-world vary achieved in an electrical car.

Now the company has launched the outcomes for the 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge and the 2021 Polestar 2.

The 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge, which entered production last week, acquired an EPA vary of 208 miles on a single cost.

As for the Polestar 2, it acquired a score of 233 miles on a single cost:

The latter is extra stunning since Polestar had beforehand hinted at an EPA vary of about 200 miles with the 78 kWh battery pack.

Electrek‘s Brad Berman traveled 145 miles with 13% cost left in his first drive, however he drove it fairly aggressively.

As for the Volvo XC40 Recharge, it’s utilizing the identical 78 kWh battery pack because the Polestar, however the car is larger, and due to this fact, we had been anticipating a shorter vary.

By way of effectivity, Volvo/Polestar is falling behind the competitors with 79 and 92 MPGe score.

For comparability, Tesla’s Model Y received a 121 MPGe rating with a spread of 316 miles on a battery pack with an identical power capability.

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