2023 Volvo EX90 – Exterior Interior and Drive (New Electric Suv)


2023 Volvo EX90 – Exterior Interior and Drive (New Electric Suv)


Here it is, the new Volvo EX90 ! Welcome to Alaatin61! Follow/Share/Like For More https://www.youtube.com/alaatin61
Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/Alaatin61?sub_confirmation=1 Overview Volvo’s transition to an all-electric lineup continues with the introduction of a new flagship SUV called the EX90. It will be positioned above the gasoline-powered XC90 when it goes on sale as a 2024 model. Its styling borrows elements from the Concept Recharge show car from 2021, and looks sleeker than the XC90 without abandoning quintessential Volvo styling elements such as the “Thor’s Hammer” LED headlamp signature and vertically oriented taillights. A 496-hp electric powertrain will be standard and, judging by the less powerful and smaller C40 Recharge and XC40 Recharge SUVs, this setup should provide plenty of punch for quick acceleration. A large battery pack is said to give the EX90 a driving range of about 300 miles per charge and it can be re-juiced via a DC fast-charging connection. Volvo has said that the EX90 will also showcase the brand’s next-generation driver-assistance technology, including a new driver-monitoring system that can take action to help the driver if it detects distress or distraction.
What's New for 2024? The EX90 is an entirely new nameplate for Volvo and one that will serve as the brand’s top model when it goes on sale in early 2024. Pricing and Which One to Buy
$80,000 (est)
$90,000 (est)
$100,000 (est) Pricing and trim levels have not been officially announced, but we expect the electric EX90 to carry a price premium over the gasoline-powered XC90 SUV. Volvo also has recently reshuffled its trim level offerings; we think the EX90 will adhere to the new protocol, which would see a base Core trim, a mid-range Plus variant, and a loaded Ultimate model. Range, Charging, and Battery Life Onboard is a 111-kWh battery pack that Volvo says should deliver around 300 miles per charge. DC fast charging capability is standard and is said to need as little as 30 minutes to juice the battery from 10 to 80 percent. The EV architecture used in the EX90 also allows for bi-directional charging, which means you can hook it up to your house to power appliances during a power outage or use it to charge another Volvo EV if needed.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPGe The EPA hasn’t released fuel economy estimates for the EX90 yet, but we expect it to be competitive with other luxury electric SUVs such as the BMW iX and the Rivian R1S. When we get a chance, we’ll take the EX90 on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test route and update this story with its results. For more information about the EX90’s fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo A minimalist interior design puts most of the EX90’s controls on a large touchscreen infotainment system. The look is clean and classically Scandinavian but it may be irksome to drivers who prefer physical buttons and switches on their dashboards. The interior feels open and airy thanks to a large glass roof, and there’s room for seven riders thanks to a standard third row of seats. Leather upholstery has been banished from the options sheet in the interest of eco-friendliness, but the materials used instead look high-end, especially the available wool fabric that’s blended with plastic recovered from recycled bottles. Infotainment and Connectivity The EX90 features a large, portrait-style 14.5-inch infotainment display that runs the company’s latest Google-based infotainment interface. It features in-dash navigation powered by Google Maps and has access to outside apps through the Google Play store. Wireless Apple Carplay and a 5G cellular data connection are both standard. A Bowers & Wilkins stereo system is available as an option and features Dolby Atmos technology and 25 speakers, including ones embedded into the EX90’s headrests.


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