Volvo says the EX90 SUV, its fourth electric vehicle, “sets the company on a decisive course towards becoming a fully electric car manufacturer by 2030.”
Like the XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge, which share their underpinnings with the XC40, the EX90 is largely based upon an existing gas-powered model — in this case, the three-row XC90. Volvo has now unveiled pricing for the 2025 EX90’s trim levels; the new SUV will start at $77,990 (all prices include $1,295 destination charge).
Powertrains and Range
The EX90 bucks the current trend of offering different-size battery packs. All variants draw juice from a 111-kilowatt-hour pack that powers front- and rear-mounted electric motors for all-wheel drive. The entry-level Twin Motor setup produces 402 horsepower and 568 pounds-feet of torque; the Twin Motor Performance generates 496 hp and 671 pounds-feet. Volvo claims the Twin Motor can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds, and the Performance version will hit that mark a second sooner.
Volvo hasn’t shared precise range estimates yet but says that both derivatives are capable of up to 300 miles on a charge. The brand says that with an onboard charger that can take up to 250 kilowatts, the EX90 can charge from 10% to 80% in about half an hour and add 111 miles of range in around 10 minutes.
Standard Safety Tech
The EX90 comes absolutely packed with standard safety technologies. The SUV uses lidar, a pricey system that uses lasers to “see” and is considered one of the key technologies in enabling autonomous vehicles. It also boasts forward collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist detection, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitors with emergency steering assist, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-centering steering assist, a head-up display and road-sign recognition. The EX90 has systems to watch out for oncoming traffic when you’re making a left turn, and a 360-degree camera system plus front and rear sensors allow parking with peace of mind.
Pricing and Trim Levels
Buyers can preorder a 2025 Volvo EX90 now; sales will start sometime in 2024. With either the Twin Motor or Twin Motor Performance powertrain, the EX90 is available in two trim levels, Plus and Ultra, with each available in seven- or six-occupant configurations (the six-seat setup is a $500 upcharge). Full line pricing is below:
EX90 Twin Motor
EX90 Twin Motor Performance
Plus models are generously equipped, with standard equipment that includes a panoramic moonroof, LED exterior lighting, 20-inch wheels, keyless entry and starting, and a power liftgate. Inside, the Plus boasts heated seats, a heated steering wheel, four-zone automatic climate control, six USB-C ports (two in each row), a 9-inch digital display for the driver, a 14.5-inch central touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and charging, and a 14-speaker Bose audio system.
In addition to the added power, the Ultra trim level comes with 21-inch wheels, air suspension, soft-close doors that “catch” and close themselves to prevent slamming, massaging front seats with adjustable bolsters, and puddle lamps.