The future flagship sedan of Volvo has been spied testing on public roads for the very first time
The future flagship sedan of Volvo has been spied testing on public roads for the very first time.
Seen here is a heavily camouflaged S90 prototype, filmed on the streets of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It’s still really hard to imagine what the car could look like, but judging by the video it will feature a long rear overhang and a sloping roofline.
The S90 will act as a replacement for the aging S80 and will likely share its engine lineup with the XC90, which means we could expect the range-topping T8 Twin Engine hybrid powertrain for the sedan. Featuring an “evolution of the XC90’s design”, the car will likely be influenced by the Concept Coupe and will be equipped with swept-back LED headlamps with the “Thor-hammer” LED DRLs.
Sales of the model are expected to start next year and an official debut could occur in late 2015 or early 2016.