The V90 estate is Volvo’s big debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but the S90 sedan is still catching a lot of attention with its lovely design.

The V90 estate is Volvo’s big debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but the S90 sedan is still catching a lot of attention with its lovely design.

The all-new S90 midsize premium sedan is not celebrating its world premiere in Geneva as the model was originally unveiled in January at the Detroit Auto Show. However, it’s worth sharing more live pics of the car, especially in this white color which suits the S90 quite nicely. As you would expect to see at an auto show, Volvo brought the range-topping T8 Twin Engine version which has a hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive.

Hiding underneath the elegant hood is a turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine that works together with an electric motor which drives the rear axle. The hardware arrangement also includes an eight-speed automatic transmission and a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 9.2 kWh.

It has a combined output of 407 horsepower (299 kilowatts) and 472 pound-feet (640 newton meters) of torque. Those in need of something more powerful will have to wait for the Polestar version, but keep in mind Volvo has already said the S90 and V90 won’t get bigger engines. As a matter of fact, the Swedes have dropped a hint about the possibility of installing a hybridized three-cylinder engine at some point in the future.

Both the S90 and V90 are slated to go on sale later this year and will arrive in United States as 2017MY. By the end of the decade, these two will be joined by a C90 coupe which will be influenced by the Concept Coupe.

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Volvo S90 T8 in Geneva looks pretty in white