The 2025 Volvo EX90 Is a Step Closer; Here are Pricing and Power Specs

Volvo shared pricing, battery and range details for the 2025 EX90 electric 3-row SUV, bringing this luxury SUV with novel design one step closer to it's mid-2024 delivery date.

The 2025 Volvo Ex90
The 2025 Volvo EX90. Photo: Volvo

Now You Can Pick Your Electric 3-row Volvo

The New Year is almost here and that’s good news: So, too, is the Volvo EX90, the electric 3-row SUV from Volvo that we’ve been waiting for. 

Today we got a step closer to Volvo’s new flagship SUV, with a fresh new design — we got a preview of this in the EX30 — innovative materials and surfaces and an open cabin with seating for 6 or 7: Volvo announced pricing and basic specs so when it’s time to order yours, you’ll know which one best meets your daily driving demands. 

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The View From The Drivers Seat In The Volvo Ex90

The view from the drivers seat in the 2025 Volvo EX90.

Volvo EX90 Pricing Is Comparable to its Electric SUV Peers

Prices will start at $76,695 and all models are all wheel drive. There are two performance options: Twin Motor and Twin Motor Performance, and two trims, Plus and Ultra. Every model will carry an 111kWh battery that should deliver up to 300 miles of range on a charge. Buyers can opt for six or seven seats. Here’s how pricing shakes out for the Twin Motor Plus, which will deliver 402 HP: 

  • Plus 7 passenger: $76,695
  • Plus 6-passenger: $77,195
  • Ultra 7-passenger: $81,045
  • Ultra 6-passenger: $81,545

The Twin Motor Performance model, which takes the power up to 496 HP, adds $5,000 to the price of each model.

As a comparison, the top two models of the Kia EV9 will roll in at the low to mid $70,000 range, the Rivian RS1 starts at $78,000 and the Lucid Gravity should start at about $80,000. All qualify, or will eventually, for federal tax incentives.

And, compared to the Volvo’s most powerful XC90, the B6 AWD which generates 295 HP, the Plus 7 passenger model carries a $14,600 premium.

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The Driver Information Display In The Volvo Ex90 Is Really Small.

The driver information display in the Volvo EX90 is tucked into the dashboard. Photo:Volvo

New Safety Features Added for 2025

We love Volvo for its commitment to safety; in addition to a solid suite of safety features, the EX90 will feature new sensors and software that work together to understand drivers and their surroundings, monitoring drivers’ attention levels and detecting distraction, tiredness, or inattention; this is beyond what was previously offered by Volvo.

The Interior Of The 2025 Volvo_Ex90

The interior of the 2025 Volvo EX90The 2025 Volvo EX90.

An Elegant, Modern Cabin Design

In the redesigned cabin, a 14.5-inch center screen is where most functions and features will be found; the system features Google’s operating system, including Google Map, “Hey Google” voice activation and apps, but also has Apple CarPlay for those who prefer to connect with iPhone.

The interior has been re-imagined. Drivers find a diminutive driver information display discreetly tucked into the dash behind the steering wheel, and will mostly rely on head up display for instant information such as driving speed, road sign information and navigation. The large center screen will feature those details, as well as battery charge level, driving range and other key information, all of which is continually displayed. The center portion of the screen features apps and entertainment, and the lower portion features climate controls. 

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Sustainable Materials Complete the Package

Materials in the EX90 are re-imagined, too. Volvo has commissioned renewable, re-purposed and post consumer materials to create leather-free upholstery, soft touch materials on the dash and door panels, carpets and more, which come together in a vision-board like palette; buyers can choose from nature-inspired themes including Breeze, Mist, Pine and Indigo. 

In the Ultra trim buyers have the option of a new Bowers & Wilkins audio system with Dolby speakers integrated into headrests (a $3,200 upgrade) and massaging seats to make the feeling truly luxe.

The Rear Seat Of The 2025 Volvo Ex90

The rear seat of the 2025 Volvo EX90The 2025 Volvo EX90.

Tax Incentives Apply

This is great news: when production starts in the first half of 2024, the EX90 will be built at the Volvo plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina. Volvo’s intention is that it will qualify for US federal tax incentives for electric cars, which is up to $7,500 (but there are caveats). You can stay up to date and pre-order a Volvo EX90 here.  

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