Volvo is one of the major manufacturers that have set their electrification target. The Swedish manufacturer will only sell battery-powered models after 2030. Currently Volvo has only two EV portfolios namely the C40 and XC40 which are also available with internal combustion engines, but today it launched its first-order electric model, the EX90.
Volvo positions the EX90 as a direct replacement for the highly successful XC90. To that end the company delivers many of the same traits and qualities, but also showcases a dramatic mix of new technologies and designs.
In terms of design, you can see the resemblance to the XC90, especially when viewed from the overall shape of the vehicle when viewed from the side.
At the front, the Volvo EX90 avoids fake grilles, unlike other manufacturers who seem to insist on adding fake grilles in the name of maintaining character.
Volvo chose to leave the area as simple as possible, with the company logo proudly displayed in the center with the headlights looking special and quite sophisticated too
From the rear, the EX90 comes with the familiar signature Volvo headlights. Interestingly, the vertical headlights are no longer connected to the bottom, marking a slight difference from the looks of almost all Volvos over the past decade.
The infotainment screen comes in a 14.5-inch portrait style, where all vehicle functions are concentrated. Volvo moved the hazard light warning button to the screen, as it appears in the bottom bar and is nowhere else in the physical form.
“The Volvo EX90 is our vision for the big family SUV in the electric era. Born with electric tools and software, it demonstrates what Volvo cars of the future will stand for in terms of safety, technology, sustainability, design and creating a more personal experience for everyone.” every customer.” said Jim Rowan, CEO of Volvo
Volvo did not share details of the EX90 specs such as battery technology, capacity, range and performance. The EX90 comes with some of the world's most advanced driver assistance and safety assistance, a Plug and Charge system and a mobile app that allows users to control more parameters than ever before.
The Volvo EX90 also has bi-directional charging feature, which basically means you'll be able to use the vehicle to power devices and even your home.
The bi-directional charging feature won't be available in all markets, but we think Europe and the US will. The EX90 also has 5G internet capabilities, helping infotainment to run smoothly and look smooth, enabling instant streaming where 5G is available.