A new scale model of the Volvo V90 has been photographed and this time it was a Liquid Blue example.

A new scale model of the Volvo V90 has been photographed and this time it was a Liquid Blue example.

More than a week ago we stumbled upon a set of images showing Volvo’s upcoming V90 mid-size premium wagon painted in black and now another scale model has been photographed, but this time it’s wearing a Liquid Blue hue just like the S90 from several days ago. These new Volvos are certainly a breath of fresh air in the upper segment as their designs are totally original and provide the diversity some people are looking for when considering a high-end product.

Unsurprisingly, the front half of the V90 is virtually the same as the S90 sedan, with the changes occurring at the back where the taillights extend all the way to the top and there’s a roof-mounted spoiler hosting the third brake light. As expected, the wagon comes with roof rails and this particular scale model depicts an upper-spec version fitted with a double sunroof.

Design aside, we already know the V90 will ride on the same SPA platform as the second generation XC90 which means that it will be offered only with four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines, with the cream of the crop being a 394 bhp T8 plug-in hybrid version.

Volvo has already announced the S80-replacing S90 sedan will be revealed very soon and chances are its wagon sibling will also be out in a short while. The cars will hit China first and then other international markets will follow.

Source: carnewschina.com