The Volvo S90 Ambience concept attempts to appeal to as many senses as possible.     

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It's an interior concept that borrows its three-seat arrangement from the S90 Excellence.

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The Excellence is a long-wheelbase S90 variant that eschews the front passenger seat in order to provide the VIP in back as much space as possible.

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Passengers will have a choice from seven themes, each with a silly name like Northern Lights, Swan Lake or Archipelago.   

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Each is meant to convey a different mood.

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When a certain theme is called up on the owner's app, a projector displays visuals on the headliner, while music that matches the intended mood plays through the speakers.

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In addition to the audio and visual components, each theme is matched to one of four scents built into the vehicle's center console.

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Mercedes has a similar system called Energizing Comfort.

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This debuted at the Beijing Auto Show, because -- surprise, surprise -- this is being considered for production in China.

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Keep scrolling to check out even more details from the fanciest Volvo backseat you've ever seen.

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