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Volvo EX90: the first images of its interior

While waiting to discover it in detail, the Volvo EX90 is announced with first images of its interior, which is equipped with natural and recycled materials.

100% electric replacement for the XC90, the future Volvo EX90 is about to be unveiled. To help us wait, the Swedish manufacturer is gradually revealing information on its future SUV, and today we can discover the first images of its interior.

Even if we will have to wait a little longer to discover it in detail, the interior of the Volvo EX90 already looks like “one of the most elegant and pleasant interiors on the market”. Riding the trend of sustainable development and climate neutrality, Volvo has chosen for its interior natural and recycled materials.

Volvo EX90: natural and recycled materials

The seats of the Volvo EX90 are indeed upholstered in Nordic, a material composed of textiles made from recycled materials, such as PET plastic bottles, and bio-based materials from forests in Sweden and Finland. Alternatively, Volvo EX90 customers can also opt for upholstery in wool blendcertified in accordance with standards guaranteeing animal welfare, and responding to environmental and social issues.

The interior of the Volvo EX90 also features inserts in FSC certified wood, which combine with backlighting in warm and pleasant tones, for an atmosphere inspired by a Scandinavian living room. The future EX90 contains almost 50 kilos of recycled plastics and biosourced materialsa first for Volvo: there are recycled plastics in PET bottles, but also regenerated polyamide which comes to compose the carpets of the car.

Volvo EX90: a customizable ambience

The Volvo EX90 will offer the possibility of personalizing its interior atmosphere according to the tastes of the user, who will be able to choose from several interior atmospheres for the colors of the inserts and upholstery, which match the exterior colors and are inspired by the Scandinavian way of life and its natural landscapes.

“The design and composition of the Volvo EX90 cabin continues decades of iteration and innovation. We see cabin composition as a learning process that will continue over time through your feedback, our in-house innovations and new opportunities for responsible sourcing.”said Cecilia Stark, Senior Design Manager at Volvo Cars.

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Volvo EX90: two-way charging

In addition to its interior innovations, the future Volvo EX90 will be equipped with numerous technologies, among which we will find the two-way charging. This technology will initially be offered in certain markets only, and will allow you to power your home as well as all kinds of electronic devices.

The Volvo mobile app adds smart charging features, which will charge the Volvo EX90 battery when grid demand is lowest and prices are lowest, while conserving that stored energy for more use. late.

The future 100% electric Volvo EX90 will officially be unveiled on November 9, 2022.

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