Volvo recently unveiled the new EX90, a true seven-seater, all-electric SUV that sets a new standard in safety and sustainability. The company says the EX90 will travel up to 300 miles on a single charge and will connect in new ways with the owner’s home and other devices.
Keeping you and your loved ones safe
The standard safety in the Volvo EX90 is also higher than any Volvo car before it. State-of-the art sensors like cameras, radars and LiDAR are connected to the car’s high-performance core computers, where NVIDIA DRIVE runs Volvo Cars’ in-house software to create a real-time, 360-degree view of the world.
Technology with a purpose
The Volvo EX90 won’t be just a new car, it will be a highly advanced computer on wheels. A 14.5-inch center screen is your gateway to one of the best infotainment systems on offer, with Google built-in. Google apps and services including hands-free help from Google Assistant, Google Maps navigation and more of your favorite apps on Google Play all come built-in. The Volvo EX90 will also be compatible with wireless Apple CarPlay.
The Volvo EX90 will also come with phone key technology as standard. Your smartphone serves as your car key and automatically unlocks the car and starts a personal welcoming sequence as you approach. Your personal profile will also be loaded automatically as you enter the car.
Supporting a more sustainable lifestyle
Expected to deliver up to 300 miles of tailpipe emission-free driving range on a single charge, it charges from 10 to 80 percent in about 30 minutes.
The 2024 Volvo EX90 is now available for pre-order in the United States at volvocars.com/us. The 7-seater Volvo EX90 will be available well-equipped at under $80,000. Customers placing pre-orders will be asked to configure their cars in Fall 2023 and will receive prioritization when deliveries begin in early 2024. All Americas-bound Volvo EX90 models are expected to be built at Volvo’s plant in Charleston, South Carolina.
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