The Swedish company renews the flagship in the sedan, station wagon and cross country versions with aesthetic, mechanical and equipment innovations
Volvo updates the flagship of the range by presenting the two renewed versions of the S90 and the V90 and V90 Cross Country station wagons.
Among the mechanical innovations introduced are the mild-hybrid variants with 48 Volt technology, now available on all Volvo models with a view to further expanding the offer of electrified models.
The aesthetic innovations for the Volvo S90 and V90 2020
Novelties have also been introduced from the aesthetic point of view, in the front section and in the rear part of the S90 and V90, with new fog lights, a spoiler with a renewed profile and a new lower front bumper. At the rear we find the line of rear lights redesigned, with full-LED lights and dynamic direction indicators. Finally, new colors for the bodywork and new options for the rims increase the possibility of personalization.
Sound system Bowers & Wilkins and Advanced Air Cleaner
Inside thecockpit of the Volvo S90 and V90 2020 the Bowers & Wilkins audio system makes its debut, equipped with an enhanced amplification unit, automatic noise cancellation system in the passenger compartment and a new setting that emulates acoustic effects from a jazz club. Another novelty in the passenger compartment is the Advanced Air Cleaner unit with PM 2.5 particle sensor. In addition, all models of the 90 and 60 series are now equipped with double USB-C charging points in the rear section that replace the 12 Volt sockets and the wireless charging function for smartphones.
New wool blend fabric for the Volvo S90 and V90 interiors
The 90 and 60 Series will then have the new wool blend fabric used for the first time last year for the exclusive seats of the XC90 model, while a leather-free variant of the interior is also offered for the higher level package packages.
Volvo S90 and V90 2020: the mechanical innovations
Propelled for the first time on the XC90 and XC60 SUV models last year mild hybrid they are now also available on all other 90 and 60 Series cars, as well as on the XC40. According to Volvo, these powertrains would reduce fuel consumption and emissions by up to 15% in real driving conditions on the road. The brake-by-wire system interacts with the energy recovery system, reducing fuel consumption and emissions through the recovery of kinetic energy achieved during braking.