Now that the Volvo S90 sedan has debuted, the Swedish automaker is preparing the V90 wagon’s unveiling.
Essentially the wagon variant of the S90, the Volvo V90 will also be built on the Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) that underpins all of Volvo’s new vehicles, including the XC90. The design for the wagon leaked last year through model cars, sporting a familiar face with Volvo’s new stylish front grille and T-shaped headlights.
The Volvo V90 will likely share its powerplants with the XC90 and S90, which includes a twin-charged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The company will also add a plug-in hybrid model, as Volvo is keen on electrifying its entire lineup.
Expect the Volvo V90 to make its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March. Although wagons aren’t that popular in the U.S., the Volvo V90 is one of the best-selling cars in Sweden and it appears that Volvo will bring the V90 to North America.
[Source: Teknikens Varld]
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