Volvo has unveiled the EM90, its first all-electric MPV designed to compete with models like the Mercedes-Benz V-Class and Lexus LM on the global stage. Boasting a claimed range of 738km, the luxurious six-seater prioritizes comfort and luxury.
Equipped with advanced sound isolation and road noise cancellation technology, dual-chamber air suspension, and “silent” tires, the EM90 promises a quiet and smooth ride. The interior features a six-seater configuration with lounge seats in the middle row that can slide, recline electrically, and are heated and ventilated. The seats also come with folding tray tables, individual haptic control panels, and a 15.6-inch screen for entertainment and connectivity.
Volvo highlights the advanced functionality of the EM90’s voice assistant, allowing users to transform the interior for various purposes with a single command. The front cabin follows Volvo’s minimalist design approach with a 15.4-inch infotainment screen, a separate driver display interface, and minimal physical controls.
Powered by a 116kWh battery, the EM90 achieves a range of 738km on China’s CLTC testing cycle and can be charged from 10-80 percent in under 30 minutes. The rear-mounted 272hp electric motor enables the MPV to accelerate from 0-100kph in 8.3 seconds.
While the EM90 is based on the Geely Zeekr 009 MPV in China, it won’t initially feature the Zeekr 009’s top-tier twin-motor powertrain. The EM90 will debut in China, with no specific information about its availability in other markets. Volvo has not disclosed plans for the Indian market at this time.
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