The drip-feed of teaser content for Volvo‘s upcoming all-electric flagship EX90 SUV continues, with the Swedish company now revealing what the dash looks like.
At the centre of the dash is a large, portrait-oriented infotainment touchscreen of undisclosed size that appears to be running the latest version of Google’s Android Automotive operating system.
The screen gives owners access to navigation, media, and phone controls. The climate control functions are embedded within the screen, meaning there is no physical switchgear for temperature or fan speed.
Ahead of the driver is a slim digital instrument cluster that looks quite Tesla-esque and shows the driver critical information such as current speed, range information, and directions.
Volvo said the “top priority” of the EX90’s dash design was allowing for the transition from manual to assisted driving modes, and later autonomous driving.
As previously reported, Volvo has confirmed it will debut a range of new driver assists designed to keep its occupants safer than ever.
All up there’s a set of eight cameras, five radars, 16 ultrasonic sensors, and a cutting-edge LiDAR sensor scattered in and around the Volvo EX90.
This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen a glimpse of the EX90’s interior, as the Swedish company recently teased part of the seat and air vent design.
The Volvo EX90 will make its global debut on November 9, European time.
It’s understood the EX90 will use a new SPA architecture, which will underpin the brand’s medium-to-large vehicles.
The EX90 should be closely related to the recently-revealed Polestar 3. Specifics about the EX90’s drivetrain have yet to be revealed, but the range-topping Polestar 3 is powered by a dual-motor all-wheel drive powertrain producing a total system output of 380kW and 910Nm.
In its most efficient trim, the Polestar 3 is claimed to have a range of 610km according to WLTP testing.
Images filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, first published by Worldscoop in August, show an upright SUV which borrows heavily from the Volvo Concept Recharge.
A separate filing, picked up by Motor 1, suggested the Embla name would be used along the EX90 badge, though the company’s recently appointed CEO Jim Rowan may have shelved plans to re-introduce “real” names according to an Automotive News Europe report.
The front end features slim lights and a closed-off grille due to its electric powertrain, while the side profile is part SUV and part Cross Country wagon.