The all-electric EX90 will sit alongside the XC90 in Volvo’s range when it launches. Ahead of the reveal of the car, Volvo has been sharing details of the safety features that it plans to pack into the new EV.
One of those headline features is a new array of sensors built into the EX90 to spot hazards and read the road ahead.
During a presentation about the new car, Volvo chief executive Jim Rowan explained that the new car would be fitted with eight cameras, five radars, 16 ultrasonic sensors, and a LiDAR sensor. That LiDAR sensor will be built into the roofline on the car, while the other cameras and sensors will be placed strategically around the rest of the EX90.