The Future of Electric SUVs: A Closer Look at the 2024 Volvo EX90

February 14, 2023
1 min read
Source - Volvo

Volvo’s latest release, the 2024 EX90, is a full-size electric vehicle designed to please the American audience. As a seven-seater SUV, it offers 496 horsepower and an estimated range of 300 miles. It boasts 111 kWh worth of battery and has all-wheel-drive variants only at launch. It is packed with modern safety equipment, and the car’s operating system has a “core system powered by Nvidia Drive AI platforms Xavier and Orin, Snapdragon Cockpit Platforms from Qualcomm Technologies, and in-house developed software.” The Volvo EX90 will go into production in Q4 of 2023 in Charleston, South Carolina, and Chengdu, China.

The EX90 is a practical family car designed to replace the XC90. The car is packed with advanced technology, and its operating system rivals new video games. It is designed to connect to your home and other devices, making it a computer on wheels. The car is aimed at the premium segment, and while the price is not specified, Volvo promises that a “well-equipped” EX90 can be purchased for under $80,000.

The EX90 offers 402 hp in Twin Motor guise, while the Performance spec offers 510 hp. Both versions have a limited top speed of 112 mph, and they are available in all-wheel drive. The interior features a 14.5″ portrait touchscreen powered by Volvo’s long-term tech partner Google, with 5G connectivity.

Volvo has been moving towards full electrification the fastest, and its goal is to release a new electric model every year until 2030. The XE90 is one of the latest releases and is a completely new SUV that has nothing to do with its XC variant. For now, the EX90 is not a replacement for the XC90; instead, it is an electric alternative to the hybrid three-row SUV currently on sale. This ensures that the brand’s transition into the electric industry is smooth and progressive.

Overall, the Volvo EX90 is a stylish and practical family car with modern safety equipment and a computerized operating system. It is designed to be a top-of-the-line car aimed at the premium market, and it is a great option for those who want a full-size electric SUV. With the promise of affordable versions becoming available in 2024, the EX90 is definitely worth considering for those who are interested in going electric.

Rahul Somvanshi

Rahul, possessing a profound background in the creative industry, illuminates the unspoken, often confronting revelations and unpleasant subjects, navigating their complexities with a discerning eye. He perpetually questions, explores, and unveils the multifaceted impacts of change and transformation in our global landscape. As an experienced filmmaker and writer, he intricately delves into the realms of sustainability, design, flora and fauna, health, science and technology, mobility, and space, ceaselessly investigating the practical applications and transformative potentials of burgeoning developments.

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