Volvo has announced that more than three quarters of XC90 customers have decided to order the flagship Inscription version.

Volvo has announced that more than three quarters of XC90 customers have decided to order the flagship Inscription version.

It's a known fact the second generation XC90 is turning out to be a huge success for the revitalized Swedish marque and now Volvo says they have registered almost 57,000 orders, thus surpassing the company's forecast for this year of 50,000 cars. To keep up with the massive demand, Volvo is assembling the XC90 in three shifts at the factory in Torslanda at home in Sweden.

The good news doesn't end here as Volvo specifies 76% of the orders they have received so far for the XC90 are of the top-of-the-range Inscription model, so they should be making some significant profits with their "made by Sweden" SUV.

Speaking about these results, Alain Visser, Senior Vice President for Marketing Sales and Customer Service, mentions "it is fair to say that we have now entrenched our position as a premium car maker."

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