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NEXT STAGE: New in 2023
The seven-seat EX90 large premium crossover, built on an all-electric platform, will be available in a twin-motor, all-wheel-drive version at launch. The crossover's 111-kilowatt-hour battery delivers 496 hp and an EPA-estimated range of up to 300 miles.
The large premium crossover will feature an "invisible shield of safety" that can help reduce accidents that cause serious injuries or death by up to one-fifth, Volvo said. Sensors, including eight cameras, five radars and lidar, are connected to the car's core computers.
The EX90 interior eschews hardware knobs and buttons for a digital dashboard anchored by two screens. The infotainment system runs on a 15-inch center display powered by Google's Android Automotive operating system.
The EX90 will be the first EV assembled at Volvo's plant in Ridgeville, S.C. EX90 production will begin in late 2023.
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