Volvo EM90 is brand’s first electric MPV, to debut on November 12

Following the EX90 and EX30, Volvo has now confirmed the name of its upcoming fully-electric MPV, the Volvo EM90. It will be the first of its kind in the brand’s line-up starting a new naming series with the letters “EM” at the front part of its name.

The only angle shown for the time being is the top-down view of the Volvo EM90, showing a captain seat configuration of the cabin. If there’s anything to hint at the overall theme of the Volvo EM90, Volvo basically tells us to “Imagine a moving space where you can just be you. A place where you can connect with your loved ones, create, relax, work or just think”.

Reportedly, the Volvo EM90 will be a twin to the Zeekr 009 which is built on the Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA) platform. If the Zeekr 009 were to be of any reference for the Volvo EM90, it measures 5,209 mm long, 2,024 mm wide, and 1,856 mm tall with a wheelbase of 3,205 mm.

No full interior images have been shared, but we can expect the same design simplicity that has been shown in the Volvo EX90 and Volvo EX30.

The Zeekr 009 comes with either a 116-kWh or 140-kWh battery pack with the former providing 702 km of range (CLTC) and the latter providing 822 km of range (CLTC). Propelling the Zeekr 009 is a dual-motor all-wheel drive (AWD) setup that outputs a maximum 400 kW (543 hp metric) and 686 Nm. Again, it is only a reference point of how the EM90 could be configured.

Volvo says that the EM90 will make its official debut on November 12, 2023. On the same date, pre-orders will be open for customers in China.

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