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Volvo's Next-Gen Electric Sedan ES90: A Glimpse into the Future

Volvo reportedly begins prototype production for its next-gen electric sedan, the ES90, with potential market entry by 2025. Details remain confidential and unverified.

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Volvo's Next-Gen Electric Sedan ES90: A Glimpse into the Future

As per recent reports, Volvo has initiated the production of prototypes for its upcoming flagship electric sedan, identified by the internal model code V551 and rumored to be christened the ES90. Swedish media sources have revealed technical specifications for the model, potentially placing it in competition with luxury electric vehicles like the Mercedes EQE and BMW i5. The production of the sedan is anticipated to take place in China.

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Volvo's Electric Avenue

The leaked information divulges details about a high-capacity 111kWh battery, with 107kWh available for the user, promising a substantial range of 600 kilometers on a single charge. Further, the car is expected to feature a generous wheelbase of 3.10 meters and offer two configurations featuring either one or two electric motors.

The Race for the Electric Crown

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The ES90 is expected to mark an important milestone in Volvo's electric vehicle lineup as it continues to evolve its 90 range, which includes the EX90 SUV and the EM90 minivan. If the leaked specifications hold true, the ES90 could offer serious competition to other luxury electric sedans in the market.

Anticipation Meets Caution

According to media source Teknikens Varld, the car is anticipated to be available for sale by mid-2025. However, given Volvo's recent challenges with the launch of new models, this information should be approached with caution and cannot be fully verified at this time. But the prospect of Volvo potentially introducing an electric sedan of this caliber certainly stirs up anticipation.

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