Volvo EX90 electric car to be launched on November 9 with special Lidar system, design shown in latest teaser

Volvo is all set to unveil its new flagship electric car, the EX90. The EX90 electric car will be presented to the world on 9 November. The company has started teasing the car on social media, showing off its design elements. The full design of the car is still kept behind the scenes. The Volvo EX90 EV is based on the existing XC90 SUV.

Volvo has started teasing the EX90 EV on social media and has shown glimpses of the car’s design through the teasers. Volvo posted a video on YouTube posted video In which detailed information about the design of the car has been given. Volvo claims that the company has taken inspiration from the design of yachts for this electric car and has tried to get the smoothest surface with a drag coefficient of 0.29.

The video shows an animated model of the car and also includes some blurred glimpses. The car also gets a Lidar system, which has been fitted on top of the roof. Volvo claims that the lidar system is the car’s eye and it uses a pulse laser to measure range and detect movement up to 250 meters in front of the car.

Some features of the car have already been teased. The upcoming EX 90 electric car includes a panoramic sunroof, 360-degree cameras, 19-speakers and a Wilkins sound system. Its infotainment system will be equipped with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Inside the car, PM2.5 air filter, heated front seats with massage are also expected. Apart from this, wireless phone charging will also be available in it.

Talking about the powertrain battery pack, Volvo hasn’t revealed any details at the moment, but it is expected that the car will be equipped with a 100kWh battery pack, which will support Volvo’s two-way charging system. This technology enables the vehicle to power the home or other appliances when needed.

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