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Volvo Cars starts production of fully electric EX90 SUV

Volvo Cars had begun production of its flagship fully electric EX90 SUV (earlier post) in Charleston, South Carolina. First customer deliveries are scheduled for the second half of this year.


The EX90 is the first Volvo car powered by core computing technology—a technology that enables a new era of safety for cars.

Volvo Cars’ first manufacturing plant in the United States opened in the summer of 2018 just outside Charleston. Today, the Charleston plant produces the EX90 and the S60 sedan, and it has the capacity to build up to 150,000 cars per year.

The EX90 is based on a next generation, born-electric EV technology base, with a fully electric range of up to 600 km. The EX90 is designed to be the safest Volvo car to date, powered by next-generation passive and active safety technology and software informed by a broad suite of sensors.

The EX90 comes with a powerful core system, is always connected and can be improved over time through software updates. These updates are delivered by software engineers, enabled by AI and informed by real-time data collection.


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