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.
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.
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 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.
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.
For its all-new XC90 large crossover, Volvo designs a radical new infotainment interface using a tiled interface to show different vehicle functions.
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.