During the introduction of the electric EX90, the Dutch importer immediately announced the first prices of the electric SUV. The Volvo EX90 was available as a 408 hp EX90 Twin Motor Ultra from €102,495 and as a 517 hp EX90 Twin Motor Performance Ultra from €107,495. In the long term, cheaper versions will be added, but they are not yet available. However, the existing Ultra and the Performance Ultra will now be €3,300 less expensive. The price reduction gives the Volvo EX90 a provisional starting price of less than €100,000. For the Volvo EX90 Twin Motor Ultra you now have to pay € 99,195. The more powerful Performance engine version will now cost € 104,195 as an Ultra. Equipment Volvo EX90 The lower starting prices go hand in hand with a slightly less spacious standard equipment. For example, Volvo’s ‘Four-C’ called active air suspension was previously standard, but that piece of comfort now moves to the option list. You now have to pay € 2,705 extra for it. Furthermore, the EX90 (with 21-inch alloy) was previously standard on all-season tires. This rubber also moves to the option list and immediately has an additional price of €340. The previously standard Climate Pack, which includes a heated steering wheel, heated seats in the second row and a headlight cleaning system, is now on the option list and costs €595. Volvo is further expanding the color palette of the EX90 with the new color Mulberry Red, although it charges a surcharge for this – just like for all colors besides Vapor Gray. Here you can read everything about the new Volvo EX90.