Volvo is testing wireless EV charging tech in Sweden

Volvo will put wireless EV charging System through its paces as part of a program to test alternative charging options

A small fleet of electric Volvo XC40 Recharge cars will be used as taxis in Gothenburg, Sweden in a three-year pilot.

The cars are equipped with a wirless charging system from Momentum Dynamics.

Charging pads will be embedded in the ground at two taxi ranks.

Volvo will use 360-degree cameras to help drivers put the cars in the correct position and when they're in the right spot, the taxis, batteries will automatically topped up.

An Image shared by Momentum Dynamics showed an EV charging at rate of 41kW.

The EVs will be on the road for more than 12 hours a day and are expected to be driven for upwards of 100,000 km (62,000 miles) Per year.

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