The Volvo specialist will add more items to its package for the small electric SUV.
With the Volvo EX30 arriving in the US in the first half of next year, Volvo tuning specialist Heico Sportiv has released a range of accessories for those who want to dress up their small crossover.
Unlike previous Heico kits, such as those for the XC60, the ones for the EX30 are quite limited. However, the company promised to continue developing new customization options, including a multi-part body kit that adds sporty aesthetics.
But the package is not all for show as Heico currently offers sport springs priced at €390 (roughly $426 at current exchange rates). The springs, finished in Heico Blue, lower the vehicle by approximately 1.18 inches, providing an optimum balance between sportiness and driving comfort.
The springs can be complemented by new wheelsets with the Volution X 10-spoke design. The standard 20-inch gloss black version is priced at €600 ($655), while the 21-inch diamond-cut black alloys will set you back €839 ($915). The tuner also offers a valve kit priced at €29 ($32).
Exterior-wise, Heico has two items for sale - a rear badge attached to the middle of the tailgate for 105 bucks ($115) and a smaller chrome-plated badge for €29 ($32). Moving into the interior, a hand-made Heico-branded set of floor mats is up for grabs for €169 ($184).
Folks who haven't placed a pre-order for the EX30 can expect a starting price of $34,950 (not including a $1,295 destination fee). That means the EX30 will beat the likes of BMW and Audi to the title of America's cheapest luxury EV offering. As for the top-spec Twin Performance powertrain, you'll pay around $45,000 to avail yourself of 422 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. This version can get from 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds, making it the quickest Volvo to date.
Heico Sportiv can ship the EX30 goodies worldwide, so even if you can't find a local supplier when the EX30 arrives, upgrading your electric Volvo's looks will be a cinch.