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Volvo unveils EX90, the 7 seater electric SUV

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Volvo unveils EX90, the 7 seater electric SUV
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Volvo has unveiled the EX90, a seven seater all-electric SUV in Stockholm. Volvo plans to reveal one new fully electric car every year and will aim to sell only fully electric cars by 2030. A few features of EX90 are:
  • Upto 600km driving range (WLTP test cycle).
  • Charges from 10% to 80% in 30 minutes.
  • 111kWh battery and two permanent magnet electric motors.
  • Power 380 kW (517 hp) and Torque 910 Nm.
  • Bidirectional charging: Car battery can be used as an extra energy supply.
  • NVIDIA DRIVE runs the software to create a realtime 360° view using sensors like camera, radars and lidar
  • LIDAR by Luminar can sense the road in front, whether it’s day or night at highway speeds. It can also see small objects hundreds of meters ahead, creating more time to inform, act and avoid. It also improves Pilot Assist, the assisted driving function.
  • Sensors gauge eye gaze concentration to detect distraction, inattentiveness or drowsiness.
  • If the driver falls asleep, Volvo EX90 will safely stop and call for help.
  • This car is hardware ready for unsupervised driving in the future.
  • OTA software updates will be available.
  • 14.5 inch centre screen with Google built in and compatible with wireless Apple CarPlay.
  • Bowers & Wilkins audio system with Dolby Atmos.
  • Phone key technology - Smartphone will act as a key.
Read more at Volvo Cars Website

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