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Volvo has decided to remove the interior cabin disguise from their S90 prototypes and our agile photographers managed to profit to the fullest by taking a few snapshots.

It's rarely that we get three Volvo stories in just one day, but after the company's announcements concerning the CMA platform and electrified models, now we bring a new batch of spy images from United States with an S90 prototype. The exterior is still dressed in heavy camo, even though numerous images showing an officially licensed scale model have revealed the design on several occasions. This is likely a US-spec model since the climate control shows the temperature in Fahrenheit.

What's really important in this latest set are the few pictures showing the interior cabin which as you can see has been largely carried over from the second generation XC90. However, there is a rather significant change in the shape of the central (and side) air vents which are now more vertical and span over the entire height of the touchscreen display. In addition, these vents have an elegant chrome trim with a round knob to control the direction of the air.

Earlier today, Volvo announced the S90 will be revealed in a short while and we already know it will initially go on sale in China, with other markets getting the S80 replacement soon after that.

Gallery: Volvo S90 spied on the inside without any disguise

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