Volvo has unveiled its new design language with the all-new flagship EX90 SUV, prompting independent digital artist Theottle to create an all-electric sedan similarly. Such a car could become a direct competitor to the BMW i7 and Mercedes-Benz EQS.
Theottle actually based his visualizations on the i7, retaining the same proportions, but replacing the entire body with parts from the Volvo EX90.
The simple lines, clean surface, and appearance of an all-electric SUV without a radiator grille are great for a traditional four-door sedan body.
A potential novelty would borrow its basis from the EX90. This means that the sedan can produce up to 510 hp and 910 Nm from an installation with two electric motors. A 107 kWh battery would provide an electric car with a power reserve of more than 600 km.
Currently, the largest and most luxurious sedan model in the Volvo lineup is the S90, originally introduced in 2016. However, with a length of 4963 mm, it competes with the BMW 5-Series, Audi A6, and Audi A6.
“The Volvo S90 competes in the mid-size luxury car segment with the BMW 5-Series.”
Volvo has promised to continue producing sedans and station wagons alongside SUVs, although it is unclear whether the S60/V60 and S90/V90 models will receive a new generation. The automaker has registered the trademarks ES60/EV90 and ES90/EV90, which gives us hope.