Volvo Cars Delays EX90 Production – What You Need To Know!
Volvo Cars has recently shared news of a delay in the production schedule of its upcoming electric vehicle, the 2024 Volvo EX90 SUV. The reason behind this delay is the need for additional software development and testing.
The EX90 was introduced in September 2022 as a bespoke SUV, which Volvo touted as a vehicle with advanced safety features. It is expected to lead the next generation of Volvo vehicles, as the company aims to switch to a completely electric lineup by 2030.
Volvo has confirmed that the 2024 Volvo EX90 will include an array of safety features and proprietary technologies, in addition to components from reputable companies like Google and NVIDIA. The vehicle will also be equipped with LiDAR sensors from Luminar integrated into its outer surface, and will be Volvo's inaugural car to offer bi-directional charging capabilities.
In their Q1 2023 financial report released in late April, Volvo announced that they have sold out the entire first year production of the EX90 and hence orders have been closed. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, Volvo has pushed the production of EX90 into 2024 which will result in a slight delay for the early customers.
2024 Volvo EX90: What You Need to Know
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