A true all-electric seven-seater SUV that further enhances our commitment to our safety standards and more sustainable lifestyles: this is the new Volvo EX90, ushering in a new era in which we have clearly established a full- Electric has set a course for the future. ,
The Swedish brand has launched a fully electric SUV that has a range of up to 600 km and has an all-wheel drive version with two electric motors that together deliver 517 CV.
With charging time, the battery goes from 10% to 80% in about half an hour, according to the firm, which has also revealed that the EX90 is the first model to leave its factories “with all the necessary hardware”. Bidirectional Charging.
Volvo enters a new era with the electric EX90Inside and outside the vehicle, there is an invisible security shield enabled by the latest detection technology. State-of-the-art sensors such as cameras and radar are linked to the car’s high-performance computers, where NVIDIA DRIVE runs internal software to create a real-time 360-degree view of the world.
The 14.5-inch center display is your gateway to one of the best infotainment systems available. With Google built-in, branded apps and services come standard, including help, hands-free, navigation and your other favorite apps from the Google Play Store.
For safety, the EX90 is equipped with a variety of sensors that can “see small objects hundreds of meters away” to provide the driver with information so they can avoid them, as well as others that measure gaze concentration.
Volvo enters a new era with the electric EX90“This technology allows the EX90 to know if you are drowsy or inattentive with far greater accuracy than before in a Volvo. Warn first softly and then louder. And if the driver falls asleep or is ill The EX90 is designed to stop safely and call for help,” Volvo emphasizes.
The new EX90 is the first model from the Swedish car company to feature hardware designed for autonomous driving in the future.
The firm stresses that the model contains 15% recycled steel, 25% recycled aluminum and 48 kg of recycled plastic and bio-based materials, “which is practically equivalent to 15% of the plastics used in a car, the highest level achieved by no Volvo to date.”