Volvo has decided to delay the upcoming EX90 electric SUV, which was debuted in November last year. The upcoming car was due to begin production later this year but due to software issues, the company has delayed it until the first half of 2024. Production will take place in Ridgeville, US and Chengdu, China. It is now not confirmed when exactly the EX90 will start being delivered to customers.
The official order books were closed in late April, due to demand and the fact that the allocation had already been filled. It was previously confirmed that deliveries would be in early 2024.
The EX90 has a dual-motor stem with four wheel drive and two output levels on offer. The base model has 402bhp and 568lb ft of torque. The high spec ‘Performance’ version has 510bhp and 671lb ft torque. Top speed has been capped at 112mph.
The battery pack used here is a large 111kWh unit, with a range of 364 miles. The EX90 also supports charging speeds of up to 250kW.
Pricing starts at £96,255 for the base model and £100,555 for the ‘Performance’. Volvo will also offer the EX90 on a Care by Volvo subscription costing from £1,599 a month or £1,699 for the ‘Performance’.