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Volvo is out to prove that wagons have a place in today’s automotive market.
Bowing at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the 2017 Volvo V90 is the wagon version of the S90 sedan and is the third vehicle built on the Swedish automaker’s new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA). The company has only confirmed that the V90 will be available with the T8 plug-in hybrid powertrain that offers 410 horsepower. It is likely given that the model shares its platform with the S90 that the 250-hp T5 and 315-hp T6 models will join the lineup.
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For decades, Volvo has focused on the wagon segment and its latest offering is its most attractive yet. The company is enjoying success worldwide with sales hitting a record high in 2015. And while wagons haven’t typically sold well in the U.S., that won’t stop Volvo from bringing the V90 stateside sometime next year.
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