Volvo Cars has unveiled the EM90 electric minivan, Volvo’s first minivan. The multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) segment has gained considerable popularity in recent years, especially in many parts of Asia. This is one of the main reasons why the EM90 is coming first to China, the world’s largest car market.
The EM90 provides a range of up to 738 kilometers under the CLTC testing cycle. The car comes with a 116 kWh battery and the charging time from 10 to 80% is expected to be under 30 minutes. Powered by a motor with 200kW power output, the EM90 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.3 seconds.
Like the EX90 flagship SUV, the EM90 is equipped with all the hardware necessary to enable bi-directional charging. This feature allows you to use the battery of the EM90 as a power bank to charge other electric cars and appliances.
The broad suite of advanced driver assistance systems inside the EM90 is enabled by advanced computing power and an all-round sensor set with high-definition cameras, surround view cameras, a millimetre wave radar and ultrasonic radars.