Volvo Car USA has disclosed introductory details regarding the 2025 Volvo EX90, its forthcoming electric flagship SUV. Set to be available for purchase in the first half of next year, the base Twin Motor Plus configuration will start at $76,695 (excluding destination and delivery charges).
Volvo's Ridgeville, South Carolina plant will commence local production, making the EX90 eligible for U.S. federal tax credits. Pre-orders for the vehicle are currently open, offering U.S. customers a choice between six- or seven-seat configurations, two trim levels (Plus and Ultra), and two powertrains developed by Volvo—Twin Motor and Twin Motor Performance.
The Twin Motor generates 402 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque, while the Twin Motor Performance boasts a more robust 496 hp and 671 lb-ft of torque. Both configurations are equipped with a 111-kilowatt-hour battery pack, providing a claimed range of up to 300 miles on a single charge, with DC fast charging capability at up to 250 kW.
Notably, only two trim levels fall below the Inflation Reduction Act's price limit of $80,000 for SUVs: the base Volvo EX90 Twin Motor Plus 7-seater ($76,695) and the EX90 Twin Motor Plus 6-seater ($77,195).
The base Plus trim level offers an extensive list of standard features, including a fixed panoramic moonroof, LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, and a 9-inch digital driver display. Interior features encompass a 14.5-inch center display with Google built-in, power folding third row, 4-zone automatic climate control, and a Bose Performance audio system with 14 speakers.
Safety features in the EX90 are touted as the most comprehensive in any Volvo car to date, featuring state-of-the-art sensors and in-house software. Noteworthy safety elements include the next-gen Pilot Assist Driver Assistance System, Lidar, Blind Spot Information System, Lane Departure Warning, and Automatic Braking After Collision.
For an additional $4,350, the Ultra trim level introduces enhancements such as air suspension, soft-close doors, 21-inch wheels, laminated glass, power-adjustable side support, massage front seats, and puddle lights. Optional standalone features include 21- and 22-inch wheels, Wool Blend upholstery, and a Bowers & Wilkins premium sound system.
All Volvo EX90 models destined for the U.S. market will be manufactured in South Carolina, with customer deliveries slated to commence shortly after the start of production in the first half of 2024.