The 2024 Volvo EX90, a new flagship SUV, marks the continuation of Volvo’s transition to an all-electric lineup. When it goes on sale in 2024 as a model, it will be positioned above the XC90 that is fueled by petrol. It looks sleeker than the XC90 without sacrificing iconic Volvo style cues like the “Thor’s Hammer” LED headlight signature and vertically oriented taillights. Its styling incorporates components from the Concept Recharge show vehicle from 2021. According to the less potent and smaller C40 Recharge and XC40 Recharge SUVs, this system should have sufficient of punch for swift acceleration. A 496-hp electric engine will come standard. According to Volvo, the EX90 will also have the company’s newest driving-assistance technology. This technology includes a new driver-monitoring system that can intervene to support the driver if it notices any signs of stress or distraction.
When it goes on sale in early 2024, Volvo’s top model will be the EX90, a completely new nameplate for the company. Most of the EX90’s settings are located on a sizable touchscreen infotainment system thanks to its simple interior design. Although the design is simple and historically Nordic, some drivers may find it annoying because they prefer actual buttons and switches on their dashboards. There is space for seven passengers thanks to a conventional third row of seats, and the cabin is made to feel open and light by a big glass roof.
Motor, Range & Performance
All EX90s will have dual-motor all-wheel drive, although the Twin Motor Performance model has 496 horsepower while the Twin Motor entry-level model has 402 horsepower. The Polestar 3 recently made its debut and is available with an even higher-output 517-hp version of the propulsion architecture, both of which are new. Despite the EX90 possibly tipping the scales at a heavier curb weight than its gasoline-powered counterpart, the XC90, acceleration should be swift. Volvo estimates that the Twin Motor model should reach 60 mph in 5.7 seconds and the Twin Motor Performance in 4.7 seconds. The 111-kWh battery pack inside should provide 300 miles of range, according to Volvo. The battery may be charged from 10% to 80% in as little as 30 minutes using the normal DC rapid charging capability. The EX90’s EV architecture also supports bi-directional charging, so you can connect it to your home to run appliances.
Although the EPA has not yet provided fuel efficiency estimates for the EX90, we anticipate that it will be competitive with other high-end electric SUVs like the Rivian R1S and the BMW iX.
Dimensions, Space & Airbags
|2024 Volvo EX90 Dimensions|
|Length||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Width||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Height||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Wheelbase||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Cargo Volume||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Airbags||Expect it similar to the XC90|
The latest Google-based infotainment interface is used by the EX90’s 14.5-inch infotainment display, which is huge and portrait-oriented. It has Google Maps-powered in-dash navigation and access to third-party apps via the Google Play store. Both 5G cellular data and wireless Apple Carplay are commonplace. A Bowers & Wilkins stereo system with Dolby Atmos technology and 25 speakers, including ones built into the EX90’s headrests, is offered as an option.
|2024 Volvo EX90 Trims||Price (USD)|
Although pricing and trim levels have not yet been made public, we anticipate the electric EX90 to cost more than the SUV’s gasoline-powered counterpart, the XC90. We anticipate the EX90 to follow the new pattern, which calls for a base Core trim, a mid-range Plus variation, and a fully equipped Ultimate model. Volvo has also just reorganised its trim level offers.
Specifications & Top-Speed
|2024 Volvo EX90 Specifications||Specs|
|Torque||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|0-60 MPH||4.7 sec|
|0-100 MPH||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|1/4 Mile||Expect it similar to the XC90|
|Top-Speed||Expect it similar to the XC90|