One of the most important cars in Volvo's line-up, the XC90 SUV, gets a major update and takes the stage at the Paris Motor Show.
At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Volvo unveiled the all new seven-passenger XC90 which among other, a powerful plug-in hybrid drivetrain and the all-new Sensus connected infotainment system.
Volvo released full photos and some new details today about its 2016 XC90, an important car for the company showcasing its new technology base.
The all new XC90 seven-passenger SUV from Volvo marks a reinvigorated company, cut free from Ford in 2010, and now working under the auspices of Geely, a Chinese automaker.
The new XC90 shows off a number of innovative technologies, such as a four-wheel-drive hybrid drivetrain and the new Sensus Connect head unit.
The 2016 XC90's plug-in hybrid drivetrain will offer a huge amount of power, and excellent fuel economy.
Volvo's revamp of the XC90 SUV, coming later this year, will be among the first cars to offer Apple's new iPhone-based in-car technology.
Volvo expects to launch its first plug-in hybrid, an SUV, in the US next year.
Although too big to maneuver quickly, the XC90 is a very practical car for people who need a lot of space. It's not flashy, but its base stereo sounds very good, and the vehicle has a feeling of quality.
Volvo's SUV is a practical car with lots of surprises. Its base stereo system sounds extremely good and allows fine-tuning, while its smallish engine delivers strong acceleration. It's nothing fancy, but it works well.