Will replace the Volvo XC70.
An alleged brochure scan of the Volvo V90 posted by Burlapp Cars has revealed the exterior of the Volvo V90 Cross Country, which is expected to replace the Volvo XC70 when it goes on sale next year.
The first spyshots of the V90 Cross Country test mule surfaced online last week, with the mules heavily camouflage. The leak reveals the expected changes in the psuedo-crossover, such as increased ride height, black plastic body cladding across the lower half of the wagon, thicker tires, silver skid plate on front and rear bumpers, and an exclusive alloy rim design.
Inside, the Volvo V90 CC will have exclusive leather upholstery and trim options to suit the rugged exterior. Other than that, the interior will be identical to that of the regular Volvo V90, featuring a 9-inch Sensus touchscreen-equipped infotainment system, Bowers and Wilkins audio system, a Head Up display, and the semi-autonomous Pilot Assist feature.
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The variant lineup is expected to mirror the Volvo V90, which includes the 320 hp T6 AWD, 407 hp T8 Twin Engine AWD and 235 hp D5 AWD. All three variants pack a 2.0L Drive E four cylinder engine, which is supercharged and turbocharged in the petrol variants and twin turbocharged in the diesel D5 variant. The T8 Twin Engine variant additionally has an electric motor that drives the rear wheels, while the 2.0L engine drives the front wheels.