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Do you long for square Volvos? Then here is the new Volvo EM90! -

Once upon a time, Volvos were straight and angular. Maybe not everyone's taste, but very spacious and practical. And then the lifestyle mania hit ... Are you longing for an old-fashioned Volvo? Then the new EM90 is for you. Or not ...

Anyone who ever goes looking for a beautiful, older person Volvo Estate op, know that those cars are very stable in value. Doesn't matter if it's a Volvo 240 Estate, 940 Estate, V70 or V90. If the mileage is under 2.5 tons and the equipment is a little more than average, you pay the main prize.

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Why? Because Volvo's modern station wagons have moved too much into the lifestyle direction, perhaps? Or because fans of the traditional Volvo station wagons have nothing to do with SUVs and prefer an occasion? Who knows may say.


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Volvo sells more SUVs than station wagons

The fact is that Volvo today sells much more SUVs than sedans and station wagons. To win back the traditional Volvo drivers, Volvo is now deploying a very special weapon: an MPV. And that is the first time in Volvo history, although the XC90 is of course also offered as a seven-seater. And the electric EX90 also gets a third row of seats.

Volvo's first mpv ever

But if that is not yet practical or no-nonsense enough, you can opt for the Volvo EM90 from November. The E stands for electric and the M for MPV, or multifunctional, if you like. Volvo describes the EM90 as a premium MPV that you can compare to a moving Scandinavian living room.

Moving living room with over 500 hp

The ZEA platform of parent company Geely serves as the basis for this room on wheels. A model that is already using this is the more than 5 meter long Zeekr 009. This is also an electric MPV, the most powerful powertrain of which has a good 500 hp, which can take the 'living room' from standstill to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. km/h shoot. And let's hope that everyone has a firm grip on their porcelain coffee cup or Swedish design glass ...

Is the Volvo EM90 coming to Europe?

The Volvo EM90 is primarily intended for the Chinese market. You may wonder why on earth, because an average Chinese family has about one and a half children. Whether Volvo's first MPV will ever actually come to Europe is still unclear.

Volvo private lease

So for the time being, we have to make do with Volvo's current model range in the Netherlands. Private lease is an excellent way to own a Volvo. A Volvo private lease you with us in the private lease comparator.

This post was last modified on August 25, 2023 8:12 am


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