New Volvo S90 And V90 Revealed With Mild-Hybrid Technology

by Mohammed Burman | 02/03/2020
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The updated Volvo S90 and V90 will come with a new mild-hybrid system across all the variants along with considerable updates in the exterior and interior.

In terms of the exterior, the cars feature a new front end with new fog lamps, a newly-designed spoiler and a new lower section for the bumper. The Chinese automaker has also introduced various exterior colour options and several new alloy rims for the two cars. Particularly, the new V90 and V90 Cross Country will feature full-LED tail lamps with sequential turn indicators. The other features remain unchanged in comparison with the outgoing version.

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As regards the interior, the general design remains almost unchanged with only some slight tweaks. The new cars will borrow the tailored wool-blend upholsteries which were earlier introduced on the XC90. Two USB-C charging points are also available in the rear to substitute the 12-volt sockets. The cars will also feature an optional wireless charging for smartphones.

2020 volvo v90 black rear angle

The Volvo S90 and V90 will come with a host of new comfort and convenience features.

Noteworthily, the two cars are equipped with two new modern features. Firstly, the new Bowers and Wilkins audio system now gets updated amplifier, automatic noise cancellation and a new system which imitates the sound of your favourite jazz club. Secondly, the Advanced Air Cleaner with a PM 2.5 particle sensor enables the driver to supervise the air quality inside the cabin through the centre screen; it can also wash almost all the tiny particles out of the cabin in only a few minutes.

The Volvo S90 and V90 will come with a new 48-Volt mild-hybrid system across all variants. This technology is now offered in all other 90 and 60 Series cars and the XC40 and is claimed to offer a 15% reduction in fuel consumption and emission in real conditions.

2020 volvo s90 black front angle

The two cars will get new mild-hybrid technology across all the variants.

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