Volvo EX90 starts at $76,995

Volvo EX90 starts at $76,995

Volvo is in the process of transitioning to a fully electric car. That means a new flagship – a top-of-the-line car with all the technology and luxury that Volvo knows how to build, but one that costs you on your monthly electric bill, not at the gas station.

The 2025 Volvo EX90 will come in eight trim levels, two of which fall below the $80,000 line. This is important because because it’s built in North America (South Carolina, specifically), it could help the EX90 qualify for up to $7,500 in federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credits.

We’re not sure it will qualify for the discount to begin with. The government is still finalizing the regulations that will control eligible cars next year. But SUVs priced above $80,000 don’t qualify, so some versions of the EX90 are in the works.

High technology with personality

Several automakers have more or less caught up to Volvo’s vaunted reputation for safety technology in recent years. The EX90 can change that. It is a showcase of new safety technologies. It uses 16 ultrasonic sensors, five radars and a lidar system to map the surrounding area so the car’s systems monitor traffic so the driver can’t see it. Volvo says it sees objects 250 meters (about 820 feet) in front of it in complete darkness.

And he’s watching inside as well. “Special sensors and cameras, supported by our internally developed algorithms, measure the focus of eye gaze,” says Volvo. “Technology allows the EX90 to know when you are distracted, tired or inattentive, beyond what has been possible in a Volvo to date.” The back seat reminder system can detect the movements of a baby sleeping under the blanket.

But it’s not just a safety demonstration. The EX90 has character – its headlights even flash like eyes to greet you as you approach.

The EX90 will be offered with two powertrain options. They both use the same 111 kWh battery.

The dual-motor setup gives you 402 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque. The dual-motor performance version produces 496 horsepower and 671 pound-feet of torque. Each is offered with a seating arrangement for six or seven.

Volvo X90 2025 prices:

Volvo also charges a mandatory $1,295 destination fee on all EX90 models.

EX90 dual motor
Cutting level Management systems renewal project
In addition to 7 seats $76,695
In addition to 6 seats $77,195
Ultra 7 seater $81,045
Ultra 6 seater $81,545
EX90 dual motor performance
Cutting level Management systems renewal project
In addition to 7 seats $81,695
In addition to 6 seats $82,195
Ultra 7 seater $86,045
Ultra 6 seater $86,545

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