Car fans, heavy shoppers and automotive lure devotees are set to welcome the 2018 Volvo V90, and now it’s official! The all-new premium wagon will enter the U.S. market after its revealing at Geneva in several days. The stylish station wagon has been recently released in Torslanda, Sweden, and set to be debuted at the annual Motor Show in Switzerland.
The highly anticipated V90 is architecturally based on the S90 sedan and shares the platform with the XC90. The model is aimed to replace the V70 mid-size wagon, so under that logic, the V90 wagon would be ultimately luxurious as well as extremely practical by nature, competing with mid-size estate segment.
Volvo claims the plug-in hybrid to make ca.410hp and to pair an electric motor with a Turbo 2.0-litre engine. For U.S. market, the specification details have not still disclosed yet. Appears to be a hit at Geneva, doesn’t it?