In a groundbreaking move, Volvo is all set to introduce its very first monovolum – a defining moment in its 96-year legacy. The Scandinavian automaker has recently shared a teaser image of the anticipated EM90, sealing its name as the company’s inaugural monovolum.
The released image strategically showcases just the roofline of the upcoming model, revealing some noteworthy design features. The dual panoramic roof, divided for the front and rear passengers, is immediately striking. There’s speculation, yet to be confirmed, that the EM90’s considerable length might accommodate a third row of seating.
The teaser also gives a nod to the distinctive T-shaped luminescent rear light signatures and an illuminated Volvo emblem gracing the rear. Another discernible feature is the positioning of the rear door handles, hinting at sliding doors for rear passengers.
While the car maker remains tight-lipped about the technical details, one thing is crystal clear – the Volvo EM90 will solely be powered by electric engines. Mark your calendars, as the official reveal is slated for November 12. On this day, Volvo will also commence bookings for the Chinese market.