The new XC90 offers for the first time to customers the technology of kinetic energy recovery at braking. Kinetic Energy Recovery System converts some of the kinetic energy that is typically lost to braking, into electrical energy, which is further stored in a 48V battery, while Mild Hybrid technology uses electricity stored in the battery to reduce the load. of the combustion engine.
The new Volvo XC90 offers to customers the opportunity to drive in pure electric mode for a longer distance of almost 50 kilometers. Any model in the Volvo range can be ordered in an electrified version, and drivers can enjoy the Volvo experience, with a smaller impact on the environment.
Volvo XC90 facelift is available in four versions of equipment - Momentum, Momentum Pro, Inscription and R-Design, offering generous space and relaxing travel experience for both the driver, as well as for passengers. The starting price is 53,361 euros, without VAT (in Momentum version) and can reach 82,760 euros without VAT (Inscription version).
A full battery charge takes only 2 hours and 30 minutes at a 16A and 230V station. Also, autonomy in hybrid mode increased with the new 70-liter fuel tank. On top of that, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is only 5.8 seconds, thanks to the 390 hp.
The XC90 was the first Volvo model to feature Apple Carplay, and the SUV is now compatible with Android Auto. The Sensus infotainment system has gone through multiple updates in recent years, all available on the XC90. Depending on availability, the Spotify music streaming service is integrated into the XC90.