Volvo’s 2025 EX90 3-row EV to come with starting price tag of $77,990
The 2025 Volvo EX90, a dynamic three-row electric sports utility vehicle (e-SUV), is all set to hit the US automotive market with a starting price of $77,990 (inclusive of $1,295 destination charge). The aforementioned introductory price of the 2025 Volvo EX90 e-SUV encompasses the base Twin Motor Plus grade, featuring a standard seven-seat layout. An optional six-seat configuration will be available for an additional $500 across all trim levels. Loaded with a number of premium features, the base model of the e-SUV boasts a 9-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 14.5-inch infotainment touchscreen, a panoramic sunroof, and 20-inch wheels.
The Swedish manufacturer has raised the bar by introducing advanced driver aids in the new e-SUV, leveraging a new sensor suite which incorporates a standard lidar installed on the roof. The list of standard safety features includes adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitors, cross-traffic alerts, and Volvo's Pilot Assist Highway Driving Assistant. The company has also integrated an occupant-sensing system in the vehicle to prevent the inadvertent leaving of children or pets inside. The company also has plans to offer the driver-assist system with some automation capabilities post-launch.
For those seeking improved luxury and performance, the Twin Motor Ultra will be offered with a starting price tag of $82,340 (inclusive of destination charges). This variant will offer additional upscale elements such as air suspension, front seats with massaging capabilities, soft-close doors, and 21-inch wheels.
Under the hood, the standard dual-motor all-wheel-drive (AWD) powertrain in the Twin Motor models is capable of delivering an impressive 402 horsepower and 568 lb.-ft. of torque.
Furthermore, a performance-oriented Twin Motor variant will be made available, providing even more power at 496 horsepower and 671 lb.-ft. of torque, with the Plus and Ultra trims starting at $82,990 and $87,340 (inclusive of destination charges), respectively.
Equipped with a 111-kwh battery pack, the EX90 e-SUV will reportedly deliver a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge, although official EPA ratings are yet to be released. With its rapid DC fast charging capability of up to 250 Kw, the upcoming EV will be able to achieve a 10-80 per cent charge in just around 30 minutes.
Notably, the Volvo EX90 shares an innovative EV-specific platform with the 2024 Polestar 3, which is set to be produced at the company’s South Carolina-based manufacturing facility. This strategic location could make certain EX90 variants eligible for a federal tax credit, as they fall within the $80,000 price cap.