The Volvo EM90 luxury Electric MPV is set to be launched in the Asian market by Volvo. This new electric vehicle boasts a powerful 268hp engine generating power from a 116kWh battery pack and an electric motor located in the rear. The company claims that the vehicle will have a range of 738 Km and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 8.3 seconds. The battery can be charged from 10 to 80 percent in just 30 minutes.
One notable feature of the EM90 is the bi-directional vehicle-to-vehicle charging technology, allowing the electric vehicle to charge other electric vehicles. It also includes vehicle-to-home technology, allowing for charging at home with a 120V charging socket in the car. In terms of comfort, the EM90’s cabin is equipped with touchscreen controls, armrest seats, built-in table, cup holder, and a large panoramic sunroof. The car also features new lower front bumpers, alloy wheels, chrome embellishments, and a new black high-gloss finish.
As for the price, Volvo has not yet released any information about the EM90 luxury Electric MPV’s price, but reports indicate that the launch could be expected by the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025. With the increasing popularity of electric vehicles, the launch of the Volvo EM90 luxury Electric MPV is eagerly anticipated.
Overall, the Volvo EM90 luxury Electric MPV seems to be a promising addition to the electric vehicle market, with its impressive range, advanced features, and elegant design.
– Volvo is preparing to launch its new luxury electric MPV, the EM90, in Asia soon.
– The EM90 will have a 116kWh battery pack and an electric motor that generates 268hp, giving it a range of 738 km.
– It also features bi-directional vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-home charging technology, allowing it to charge other electric vehicles and at home.
– The EM90’s cabin includes touchscreen controls, armrest seats, built-in table and cup holder, and a panoramic sunroof with ambient lighting settings.
– The price and launch date for the Volvo EM90 have not been announced, but it is expected to be launched between the end of 2024 and the beginning of 2025.