Quick overview of 2025 Volvo EX90: Explore Range, Specifications & Pricing

Quick overview of 2025 Volvo EX90: Explore Range, Specifications & Pricing

Representing a paradigm shift in the realm of electric SUVs, the forthcoming 2025 Volvo EX90 is poised to deliver a harmonious blend of impressive range and robust specifications at well-considered pricing. Based on Volvo's innovative Scalable Product Architecture 2 (SPA2) platform, the 2025 Volvo EX90 e-SUV has been introduced in two primary powertrain options—Twin Motor and Twin Motor Performance, both featuring dual-motor, all-wheel-drive (AWD) configurations.

Central to the Volvo EX90's prowess is its massive 111-kWh battery pack containing cutting-edge CATL battery cells. As per the Swedish manufacturer’s claims, it offers an EPA range of around 300 miles on a single charge, underscores the brand’s commitment to providing a generous electric driving range. The Twin Motor base variant boasts 300 kilowatts, while the higher-tier Twin Motor Performance variant elevates the power output to 370 kilowatts, ensuring a dynamic and imposing driving experience.

When it comes to configurations, Volvo offers two distinctive trims, viz. Plus trim and Ultra trim. There is a flexibility of two seating options (6-seats or 7-seats) in addition to two different powertrain choices.

The manufacturer has standardized certain features across all trims. For instance, a luxurious driving experience has been ensured with a heat pump for maintaining range in harsh cold climates. Other standardized features include heated front and rear seats and a heated steering wheel.

Fast charging capabilities further elevate the new e-SUV’s practicality, with the 400-volt battery facilitating a swift recharge from 10 to 80 per cent state-of-charge (SoC) in just around 30 minutes, coupled with a remarkable peak power of 250 kilowatts. While initially equipped with a CCS1 charging port, the manufacturer has plans to transition it to NACS in 2025, in line with evolving industry standards.

Production of the Volvo EX90 e-SUV is slated to start in the first half (H1) of 2024, which marks a slight delay from the original timeline. As it will enter the market, it will offer a compelling choice for discerning consumers, thanks to its sophisticated technology, an impressive driving range, and a versatile lineup catering to diverse preferences in the fast-evolving EV landscape.

With prices spanning from $76,695 to $86,545, the entry-level Twin Motor Plus strategically positions itself below the $80,000 limit, which makes it eligible for the U.S. federal government’s tax credit of $7,500. This strategic pricing approach will obviously enhance the EX90's appeal, especially for budget-conscious buyers.

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