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The Volvo EX90’s aero credentials have been revealed ahead of next week’s release – Dubai Car News

With With just seven days until Volvo reveals the 2023 EX90 to the world, the brand has leaked more information – including that the designers were inspired by the yacht.

Today’s big reveal, though, is the EX90’s aerodynamic performance. Which Volvo says is 0.29Cd. – Very competitive for a seven-seater. For reference, the Audi Q7 weighs 0.36Cd.

This announcement was made after this revelation. The interior of the EX90, Charging capabilities And New security systems.

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We also get glimpses of some of the finer details, including a lidar sensor seamlessly integrated into the roof, flush glazing, integrated door handles, aerodynamic alloy wheels and a clamshell bonnet. Not only do these details help with performance, they also look very smart.

“We took inspiration from yacht design to outline the elegant and sleek proportions of the Volvo EX90,” said T Jon Mayer, Volvo’s head of exterior design.

“If you look at the front, it’s proud and confident – inspired by a sailboat’s ability to cut through the waves of the ocean. But it’s also rounded overall, which allows more air around the car. Enables efficient flow.

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We also now know that a panoramic sunroof – like the one in the Polestar 2 – will be standard to brighten up the dreary Scandinavian winters. Volvo also says it has paid special attention to the ambient lighting in the 2023 EX90 for this reason.

The Volvo EX90 will be fully unveiled on November 9, 2022.

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October 26, 2022: Volvo EX90 interior revealed

Volvo has released a set of teaser images showing the cabin of the 2023 EX90 large SUV and hinting at a potential driving range of over 500 km.

The cabin design is extremely minimalistic, one could argue that it is borrowed from the Tesla or simply an evolution from the current infotainment in the XC40 and XC60 SUV ranges.

Instead of a digital driver’s display in the binnacle, the EX90 moves to an ultra-short widescreen beyond the steering wheel that brings more light into the cabin.

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The screen graphics are minimal but readable. Volvo says that’s the goal “Presenting what you need in a simple way.” The screen also gives a real-time readout of what the assisted driving features can detect.

Apart from the design, there is an easter egg on the screen which may hint at the EX90’s capability. It is definitely an electric vehicle, and Driving range is estimated at 488 km with the screen showing about 90-95% battery..

Although of course, these images are just renderings, not the real thing.

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Volvo hasn’t yet claimed a WLTP driving range battery size for the 2023 EX90, but if the images are anything to go by, it will be well-equipped on the big SUV range front.

At the centre, the portrait touchscreen looks larger than anything fitted to a current Volvo product, but the brand has yet to specify its size. It also appears to be running an updated version of the Android automotive software currently in Volvo and Polestar products.

The EX90’s center screen provides access to drive modes, exterior information, media controls and Google Maps navigation. Above the dashboard is Volvo’s signature Bowers and Wilkins sound system, so the EX90 won’t compromise on the XC90’s excellent audio quality.

Full details will be revealed on EX90’s November 9 release date.

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October 9: 2023 Volvo EX90 offers two-way charging.

gave 2023 Volvo EX90 The electric SUV will feature another brand first: two-way charging.

As Volvo approaches the November 9 unveiling of its new flagship SUV, it has revealed that the EX90 will support vehicle-to-load (V2L) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology.

It will initially be available in select markets, with the EX90 capable of powering portable devices such as homes and “other electric devices”.

“You can use its battery in many ways,” said Oliver Lödel, head of the electrification ecosystem at Volvo.

“It can power your home even during expensive peak hours of the day.”

The charging process will be automated and managed within Volvo’s smartphone app, with algorithms designed to minimize the risk of potential battery degradation from the vehicle acting as a power bank.

Also, Volvo claims that using the EX90 to power your home can be beneficial during peak hours when electricity prices are high, after prior top-up during off-peak times.

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September 21: 2023 Volvo EX90 to introduce new safety tech

“[LiDAR offers] The view beyond human limits by day and night.”

gave 2023 Volvo EX90 The electric SUV, which will be sold alongside the existing XC90, will be unveiled on November 9.

Previously expected to wear the eXC90 or Embla Beijing, the Swedish luxury marque, owned by China’s Geely, has now confirmed that its latest flagship SUV will be called and offered the EX90. Full self-driving technology.

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Volvo has announced new active safety features debuting on the all-electric crossover – and fitted as standard – will include LiDAR sensors and an in-vehicle driver monitoring camera.

of the brand The ‘Driver Awareness System’ uses two interior cameras to detect when a driver is distracted, tired or intoxicated. Through specific eye patterns.

This is achieved through eye tracking which is designed to recognize the driver’s ‘gas concentration effect’.

Volvo says the driver’s concentration level should be around 80 percent, with 90 percent or more of cognitive distraction or signs of alcohol intoxication. In comparison, less than 60 percent of results indicate visual distractions, such as using a mobile phone.

Building on existing driver attention alerts and monitoring cameras, the system also recognizes steering behavior to intervene earlier via a visual warning.

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It will then automatically slow down, keep the vehicle in its lane, stop at a stop, and make an emergency call if the driver breaks down.

“We have made great progress on exterior sensing over the past decades, thanks to our committed work on crash prevention systems,” said Thomas Broberg, Acting Head of the Volvo Cars Safety Center.

“Interior sensing is one of the next security frontiers for us. We will continue to learn, develop and deploy new features step by step to help improve security as our knowledge grows and matures.”

The driver monitoring system is a step towards unsupervised autonomous driving, said Mikael Ljung Aast, a technician at the Volvo Cars Safety Center.

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And it will come, Volvo confirms The EX90’s laser-scanning LiDAR system is fully self-driving compatible.. It will be offered via subscription in the future – once the technology is adopted in select regions – with over-the-air software updates.

Expect more details on autonomous driving when the EX90 is unveiled in November.

LiDAR – which stands for Light Detection and Ranging – will be standard across the EX90 range, using “light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges with high accuracy and fidelity”.

It will be embedded in the EX90’s roofline, with a wavelength of 1550mm that will provide the ability to detect pedestrians up to 250 meters away at highway speeds, even in the dark.

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Joachim de Verdier, head of safer vehicle automation at Volvo, said the least dangerous crash “is one that never happens,” with LiDAR technology allowing a 20 percent reduction in serious crashes and a nine percent improvement in crash avoidance. Gives

“[LiDAR offers] The view beyond human limits by day and night.”

It will be combined with software developed by Volvo and the vehicle’s ‘supercomputer’, possibly supplied by technology giant Nvidia – and is a step beyond Tesla’s fully self-driving beta, which only Cameras on the latest models can see the road ahead. 3 and Model Y vehicles.

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Leaked patent images have revealed the design of the large SUV, which features a familiar look to the current XC90 but with modern touches, similar to the Volvo S60 and Polestar 2 sedans and taillights similar to hidden door handles.

With electric power and LiDAR technology as standard, the Volvo EX90 is expected to command a significant premium over the XC90, which starts at $92,990 before it hits the roads in Australia.

gave 2023 Volvo EX90 It will compete with the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV, Tesla Model X and Rivian R1S – the only Mercedes-Benz confirmed for Australia at this stage, with a local launch planned for the first half of 2023.

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