Volvo might offer a base EX90 two-row single motor RWD model.
"When Volvo unveiled its new flagship model in early November, it only showed the EX90 with a three-row layout and seven seats. However, a potential expansion of the electric SUV's lineup is possible courtesy of the newly developed SPA2 platform shared with the Polestar 3. In an interview with Motor Trend, the Swedish automaker's chief operating officer Javier Varela said the architecture's modularity supports a two-row variant.

That doesn't come as a big surprise considering the Polestar 3 doesn’t have a third row. Both come with a dual-motor setup with all-wheel drive and a combined output of 517 hp (380 kW) and 910 Nm (671 lb-ft) of torque. However, there's room for more as the dedicated EV architecture can be tweaked for a high-performance application. It would make more sense for the Polestar model than the Volvo, but it's too soon to say when/if it'll happen."