The 2024 Volvo EX90 is an all-new, all-electric luxury SUV with seating for seven and cutting-edge safety tech. We expect pricing to start at around $80,000. This isn’t the first electric vehicle from Volvo
but it does represent a shift. The 2024 EX90 is different from the XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge models not just because it’s bigger. It was also designed from the get-go as an EV.
In addition, it features the best of Volvo in terms of safety features and design, plus a sustainable approach to manufacturing. It isn’t enough just to produce a luxury electric SUV. There has to be transparency regarding the sourcing of elements like cobalt (used in EV batteries). Volvo is doing just that, allowing traceability from mine to factory, while only using suppliers that comply with human rights conventions and labor laws. Interested buyers can make their reservations now and choose their exact specifications later in 2023, in time for delivery in early 2024. Plus: The most and least reliable car brands, according to Consumer Reports2024 Volvo EX90 pricing We expect the 2024 Volvo EX90 to start at around $80,000. Volvo is building the new EX90 at its facility in Ridgeville, South Carolina. Assuming the current federal tax credit rules are still in place when the EX90 hits the showrooms in early 2024, it will be eligible for the full $7,500.
The Volvo EX90
Rivals include the BMW iX, from $84,100 and with a range of 324 miles, and the Mercedes-EQ EQE SUV, which we expect to start around $75K to $80K. Or there’s the Tesla
Model X, from $121K and able to travel for 351 miles between charges. If something more aff …