New 2022 Volvo XC90 Electric Concept
New 2022 Volvo XC90 Electric Concept – The large Volvo XC90 SUV will adopt the electric power and features a new sophisticated autonomous driving system that will emerge in the showrooms in the year 2022, will depend entirely on the gasoline and gasoline powertrain fully electric, however, there will be no diesel options To XC90 next. The Volvo decision to dispose of diesel started with a new S60 sedan in 2018 when the Swedish brand started the transition from internal combustion engines to hybrid and electric vehicles.
In 2025 Volvo wanted 50 percent of sales to be a fully electric model. There is no word about the current performance specs, but the CEO of Volvo Håkan Samuelsson reportedly confirms the plan for the electric variant. It will likely join the plug-in hybrid and hybrid-lightweight powertrains.
2022 Volvo XC90 Electric Release
Volvo XC90 Next generation, based on the Scalable second generation product architecture platform (SPA2). Production is scheduled for 2022 in Ridgeville, South Carolina, not Torslanda, Sweden. The all-new XC90 is expected to make its debut in 2021 and began to be sold the following year. Expect an evolutionary approach to setup; The fully electric model must feature a unique touch of design such as the grid previewed by our exclusive images.
Considering XC90 is the most popular Volvo model in the United States, subsequent generation crossover production will be moved from Sweden to the company’s factory in Ridgeville, South Carolina. The current facility builds S60 and earlier companies said the factory would have the capacity to build 150,000 vehicles each year when the next generation of XC90 began to be manufactured. Volvo currently plans to launch one new electric vehicle every year up to 2025. The first EV company is XC40 Recharge, which will be on sale in the UK towards the end of the year.
2022 Volvo XC90 Electric Concept
We’ve never heard much about this vehicle, but Lex Kerssemakers of Volvo previously suggested the model would have a crossover-inspired style and extra ground clearance. It is scheduled to ride on a CMA platform that supports XC40 and potentially resembles the 40.2 concept introduced in 2016.
We expect the redesigned XC90 to also feature several levels of self-driving capability. The vehicle will likely be able to operate at high levels of autonomy on several highways in a way similar to the CADILLAC equipped with the Super Cruise system.
2022 Volvo XC90 Electric Hybrid
While the details are scarce today, the probability of a new electric XC90 will adopt the ‘ recharge ‘ nomenclature that debuted on XC40 recharge. The car will be sold later in 2020 and will help the brand reach its target to make 50% of all of its pure electricity sales in 2025. Volvo XC90 Recharge is likely to feature some special electrical style adjustments, such as the removed grille and its unique badging. Expect fast charging capabilities, with a 80% top-up in about 40 minutes and a range of up to 300 miles.
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Volvo XC90 2021 Specifications
|Overview||With sophisticated premium design, advanced technology and meticulous attention to detail, the XC90 Momentum makes every journey something to be savoured.||A bold statement that captures the joy of driving. Unique details, 20-inch alloy wheels and R-Design seats create a powerful look and thrilling experience.||Modern Swedish luxury in SUV form, with exclusive design features, sumptuous materials and a high standard of technology.||Excellence takes luxury travel to a new level, with four individual seats. Lounge Console versions offer three seats for an even more exclusive atmosphere.|
|Highlights||19-inch 10-spoke turbine silver alloy wheels||20-inch 5-spoke matt black diamond-cut alloy wheels||21-inch 8-spoke silver diamond-cut alloy wheels||21-inch 10-spoke Turbine polished alloy wheels|
|High-gloss black Momentum grille with chrome frame||High-gloss black grille with Silk Metal frame||Matt silver grille with chrome frame||Bright dècor window trim|
|Leather upholstery||Silk Metal roof rails and door mirrors||Leather upholstery||Two separate rear seats|
|Cross-brushed aluminium inlays||Metal Mesh aluminium inlays||Linear walnut inlays||Rear touchscreen|
|High Performance audio||R-Design leather steering wheel||Power-operated front seats||Refrigerator|
|R-Design Fine Nappa leather/nubuck textile upholstery||12-inch driver display||Orrefors crystal glasses|
|Unique Lounge Console three-seater version|
|Foldable tables for rear passengers|
|State-of-the-art Cleanzone air filter|
|Selected Engine||B5 AWD (235 hp) aut 5 seat||B5 AWD (235 hp) aut 5 seat (SoP 20w35)||B5 AWD (235 hp) aut 6 seat||B5 AWD (235 hp) aut 6 seat (SoP 20w35)|
|Engine Description||Four-cylinder turbo charged mild hybrid diesel||Four-cylinder turbo charged mild hybrid diesel||Four-cylinder turbo charged mild hybrid diesel||Four-cylinder turbo charged mild hybrid diesel|
|Gearbox||8-speed Geartronic™ automatic transmission, AWD||8-speed Geartronic™ automatic transmission, AWD||8-speed Geartronic™ automatic transmission, AWD||8-speed Geartronic™ automatic transmission, AWD|
|Drivetrain||All wheel drive||All wheel drive||All wheel drive||All wheel drive|
|Fuel Consumption (Combined)||6.4 - 7.5 l/100km||6.3 - 7.4 l/100km||6.4 - 7.5 l/100km||6.3 - 7.4 l/100km|
|Emissions CO2 (Combined)||167 - 195 g/km||167 - 195 g/km||167 - 195 g/km||167 - 195 g/km|
|Acceleration||7.6 s||7.6 s||7.6 s||7.6 s|
|Horsepower||235 hp||235 hp||235 hp||235 hp|
|Max Engine Power (kW)||173 kW||173 kW||173 kW||173 kW|
|Torque||480 Nm||480 Nm||480 Nm||480 Nm|
|MaxSpeed||180 km/h||180 km/h||180 km/h||180 km/h|