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201411 Apr


Sources close to Swedish carmaker Volvo has revealed to autojunction.in that the next-generation Volvo S80 will be rechristened S90. The new Volvo S90 is likely to be unveiled at next year’s Geneva Motor Show and is expected to go on sale later that same year.


In terms of design, both the exterior and the interior is expected to be more stylish and premium in comparison to the current generation Volvo S80 saloon. Senior management at Volvo has gone on record to say that the S90’s design will be kept close to the Concept Coupe revealed last year. Details like the hammer-shaped daytime-running LEDs, protruding grille and ‘C’-shaped LED tail-lights is most likely to make it to the production version of the new Volvo S90 and are set to become design elements which will be seen in other Volvo sedans as well.


The Volvo S90 will be built on the company’s new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) that will underpin all medium and large cars in the company’s future. The new S90 will be offered in 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engines in different states of tune. However, it is still too premature to comment on the exact engine options and variants that will be offered in the Indian market. 


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