I have a quote for a Fully Loaded R-Design in my inbox, it's coming out to $89,000 CDN. All things considered with the cold doing bad things on TESLA's batteries in the winter, it might be worth considering this SUV. I could easily see a P85X fully loaded coming in around 150k CND based on the P85D pricing right now. 60K in savings is a pretty penny…. Obviously won’t be as crazy fun to drive but there is a lot of tech built into this thing, including a self driving “autopilot” mode as the Volvo CEO described at the LA Autoshow. The interior is super slick as well - do some reading on the sound system, they designed the car around the subwoofer LOL.
I'm also curious about the relative reliability of the XC90 and the X for 2015-2016. They're both new designs so I expect there will be teething problems with both.
2013 Tesla Model S P85: 12.417 @ 111.570 MPH
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InsideEVs link with several videos: Volvo Unveils XC90 Plug-In Hybrid At 2014 LA Auto Show
At the 2014 LA Auto Show, Volvo unveiled for the very first time in the US a 7-seat AWD premium SUV – XC90 Plug-In Hybrid, which is scheduled for sales nationwide starting in the first half of 2015. Price still remains unknown.With roughly up to 40 km (25 miles) of all-electric range, 400 hp and 640 Nm of torque this SUV could be an interesting proposition (0 to 60 MPH times below 6 seconds). From almost 300 kW of power in total, 60 kW comes from the rear electric motor.
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