The Volvo V90 has been photographed with zero camo ahead of an official reveal later this year.

The Volvo V90 has been photographed with zero camo ahead of an official reveal later this year.

2016 is kicking off with unofficial photos of the S90-based V90 station wagon, which were published by Swedish magazine Teknikens Värld. What we’ve got here is a stylish wagon with a slopping roofline – a major change over the V70 predecessor. Also notable are the sleek taillights and twin chrome exhaust pipes at the bottom of the rear bumper, all clearly showing the production model’s genes coming from the Concept Estate.

Our source claims the new V90 will feature nearly the same boot volume as the V70 thanks to its five inches longer wheelbase. This should also result in a bigger space for the rear passengers.

As we have already reported, the V90 will be based on the SPA architecture that also underpins the S90. Basically, this means it will be offered exclusively with a range of 4-cylinder engines with a range-topping T8 plug-in hybrid. Three cylinder engines and a high-performance variant are on agenda for later launch.

While nothing is confirmed yet, we expect to see the V90 in March, during the Geneva Motor Show. Sales will likely start a few months later.

Check out the source link for more photos of the Volvo V90.

Source: Teknikens Värld

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