Volvo Announces EX90

Volvo has announced the latest addition to its electrified lineup: the Volvo EX90.

CEO Jim Rowan unveiled the new model in downtown Stockholm on November 9th as the first in a series of electric vehicles that the company is introducing in line with their commitment to only sell fully electric cars by 2030.

He said “It’s fully electric with a range of up to 600 kilometres on a single charge, designed to further raise our safety standards, the first Volvo car to be truly defined by its software and part of a wider ecosystem, connecting to your home and your other devices. The Volvo EX90 is the start of something new for Volvo Cars in many ways.”

Whilst the car was unveiled on the company’s home turf in Sweden they’ve identified that they do have a global presence and that it’s important to them. Therefore the Volvo EX90 will be built in the USA from 2023 with production to also take place in China at a later date with both of these facilities aiming to be climate neutral.

Highlighting the brand’s promise of making safety a priority they have said that on the EX90 the standard safety is higher than on any previous Volvo car, a huge statement, and that it will learn from the data it collects as you drive to continue to keep you safe.

The EX90 is also set to be the most advanced car that the brand has produced and “it’s your entry ticket to a wider ecosystem of services and features that can make your life easier, more enjoyable and allow you to reap the full benefits of going all-electric.”

This includes two large screens inside the vehicle which allow you to access and control all aspects of the vehicle equipment and has a suite of Google applications integrated into the car. This is also paired with the Volvo Cars smartphone app to provide you extra support for your car and services.

We can’t put it any better than Volvo themselves; “…your Volvo EX90 won’t be just a new car, it will be a highly advanced computer on wheels.”

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