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Volvo EX90 2024: how much will Volvo’s new electric SUV cost in Australia?


Chasing Cars has compared prices with the United Kingdom to estimate how expensive the new EX90 will be when it lands in Australia 

Volvo will put its new EX90 electric seven seater into production this year, with the model expected to launch in Australia in 2024.

But we want to know how expensive the flagship EX90 could be when it lands in Australia.

Based on new EX90 prices in the United Kingdom, the EX90 is around 15 percent more expensive than the current flagship XC90 – the Recharge Ultimate T8 AWD PHEV

Volvo EX90 2023 driving
The Volvo EX90 could cost close to $160,000 in Australia

The seven-seat XC90 Recharge currently costs $116,511 before on-road costs, making it the priciest Volvo currently on sale in Australia. 

Add 15.95 percent to the current XC90 flagship grade and you get $135,094 – the likely starting price of the new EX90 in base form. 

This would be the price before luxury car tax and registration is factored in. Driveaway pricing for the Volvo EX90 could blow out to roughly $155,000 locally. 

Volvo EX90 2023 front charging
Note the LIDAR sensor on the front of the EX90’s roof

Official pricing for Australia is likely to be released sometime during 2023. 

What will I get if I order a new Volvo EX90?

The full UK specification for the EX90 has been published on Volvo’s UK website, giving us a very clear idea of what will be the standard specification for the new model. 

Volvo EX90 2023 dash
Large 14.5-inch portrait display is major highlight of the interior

Standard features for the EX90 include adaptive air suspension, large 22-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, tyre pressure monitoring, four zone climate control, a fixed panoramic sunroof, a head-up display and an 8.0-inch driver display. 

Other standard features include a 14.5-inch portrait touchscreen, Google Automotive operating system, wireless phone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay, six USB-C ports across the three rows of seating and a Bowers and Wilkins 25-speaker sound system that includes speakers in the front headrests. 

Mechanically, the EX90 will have a large 111kWh battery pack and will be offered with two dual-motor variants with the second being significantly more powerful.

Volvo EX90 2023 seats
The Volvo EX90 has been designed to carry up to seven occupants

The standard dual-motor will have outputs of 300kW/770Nm, while the Performance variant will have 380kW/910Nm

Electric range is claimed by Volvo to be 585km for the standard dual-motor and 580km for the Performance. 

How safe will the EX90 be?

The current XC90 Recharge Ultimate T8 PHEV

In typical Volvo fashion, the EX90 will be fitted with an array of safety features as standard. 

Debuting on the model will be a roof-mounted LIDAR sensor, as well as a long-range radar, front and rear corner radars and side camera sensors. 

The EX90 will also feature a driver monitoring system, as well as lane-keep assist, blind spot assist, cross traffic alert, autobrake and rear collision warning. Several airbags will be standard, including full length curtain and front seat inner airbags.