Volvo Cars today re-confirmed its mid-decade ambitions at the company’s first ever Capital Markets Day in Stockholm, as senior management gave shareholders and analysts an update on its progress towards those ambitions.
A true seven-seater, all-electric SUV that further raises our standards in safety and a more sustainable lifestyle: the new Volvo EX90 represents the start of a new era for our company in which we set a decisive course for a fully electric future.
The new Volvo EX90 is more than just a car. Revealed to the world in downtown Stockholm today, it’s not just the most advanced Volvo car we ever created – it’s your entry ticket to a wider ecosystem of services and features that can make your life easier, more enjoyable and allow you to reap the full benefits of going all-electric.
How do you translate values into materials? And what does luxury mean in the world of today? Those were some of the questions facing our designers as they got to work on the interior of our forthcoming Volvo EX90 all-electric flagship SUV.
Many of us try to care for the environment by recycling the materials we can, cooking in a way that leads to less food waste or driving an electric car. When it comes to making your energy usage more sustainable, however, it can be hard to know how to increase the share of renewable sources in the electricity that you use.
Imagine the soft, barely discernible breathing movements of a sleeping child. A new interior radar feature developed by our engineers is designed to be accurate and sensitive enough to detect the tiniest movements at sub-millimetre scale – such as those of a sleeping toddler. It’s the first such feature to cover the entire interior of the car, including the trunk.
On November 9 this year we will reveal our next, fully electric flagship SUV - the Volvo EX90. This car marks the starts of a new era – for safety and for our company. Featuring a Volvo Cars unique combination of core computing and software, it will introduce safety technologies that will help us deliver towards our vision: that no one should be seriously injured or killed in a new Volvo car.