Volvo has launched its smallest ever SUV, the EX30, which boasts impressive performance and a green image. With three electric powertrain options, the EX30 can accelerate from 0 to 62mph in just 3.6 seconds, making it a strong rival to Tesla. Prices in the UK start from £33,795, positioning it as the cheapest Volvo on the market. The EX30 is seen as a key part of Volvo’s strategy to further electrify its vehicle range. Despite its positive attributes, the car has one major flaw – the majority of key controls are operated through a central touchscreen, requiring drivers to look away from the road. Volvo hopes to attract buyers who primarily use the car for shorter journeys and have access to home charging.