Volvo EX90, only sustainable materials for the interior of the SUV

Volvo EX90, only sustainable materials for the interior of the SUV

Volvo EX90

Ahead of its debut scheduled for November 9, the Swedish carmaker unveils new</a> details of its EX90 SUV. The protagonists of the new images released are the interiors that the Gothenburg-based manufacturer has created, based on the concept of well-being and simplicity.

With the aim of becoming a climate-neutral company by 2040 , Volvo has worked on the creation of interiors made by carefully selecting all the materials, with a view to sustainability applied to an important sector.

| ); } The interiors are characterized by a material, called Nordico, made up of fabric made with recycled materials, such as PET bottles and other biological materials that come from the forests of Sweden and Finland. The Swedish company has also decided to implement backlit FSC-certified wood panels so as to create an atmosphere that Volvo itself defines as a Scandinavian living room that evokes the wild nature of the Nordic regions. According to reports, the new Volvo EX90 SUV is made from nearly 50 kilos of recycled plastic and bio-based materials.

Each customer will also have the option of choosing an optional wool-blend seat finish, fabric that is previously certified to rigorous sustainability standards for animal welfare, environment and social issues.

The interior design that characterizes the interior composition of the new Volvo EX90 continues decades of iteration and innovation. We view interior composition as a learning process that will continue over time based on feedback, internal innovation and new responsible sourcing opportunities, added Cecilia Stark.