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Volvo has revealed the electric replacement for the XC90 with the all-new EX90. The design brings clean, uninterrupted surfaces that has elements of the past while creating a more modern look that is firmly situated in the future. The EX90 will first launch with a dual motor, all-wheel-drive system that has a 111kWh battery for a range of 300 miles. Output is rated at 490 hp and 671 lb-ft of torque (performance version) and is just as quick when it comes to charging speed, getting from 10%-80% in just 30 minutes. 

Powering all the tech is a combination of technologies from NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Luminar, and Volvo's own in-house engineers. This suite of software systems do a number of things like tackling high-res graphics via the Unreal Engine to powering sensors that monitor the world around the EX90 to enhance both safety and autonomous driving features that will be available in future updates. 

The EX90 will be available in the US in early 2024 and customers will be able to start configuring their vehicles in Fall 2023. 

From $80,000,

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