2017 Volvo V90 Redesign, Release, Changes

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2017 Volvo V90 Release Date

The Volvo V90 was first introduced to the market sometime in 1996 and it was discontinued in 1998 after a two-year survival in the market. Then in 2016, the model was redesigned and it had become the flagship sedan of the Swedish international manufacturing business. Now the company has decided to improve it further for the model year 2017.

Discontinued in 1998 after only two years on the market, the V90 returns as Volvo’ s flagship wagon in 2016. The V90 will be built on Volvo’s new Scaleable Production Architecture platform, which already underpins the XC90 SUV and the S90. That means the wagon will likely use the same drivetrains as the S90, which in turn borrowed them from the XC90. I say “likely” because the Swedish brand has yet to release specific drivetrain information, but the sedan’s gasoline and diesel engines should find their way into the wagon without modifications.

The 2017 Volvo V90 wagon will be constructed on the novel Scaleable Production Architecture platform of Volvo, which underpins previously the S90 and the XC90 SUV. This means that the 2017 model V90 will probably use the similar drivetrains as those of the S90, which in line carried over them from the XC90 SUV. It also comes with the same diesel, petrol and hybrid engines as those of its predecessor without any changes.

2017 Volvo V90 Price

Pricing for the new 2017 Volvo V90 has been set at $50,000 – $56,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2017 Volvo V90 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2017 Volvo V90 Price

2017 Volvo V90 Specs

Now that the V90 has been unveiled, we have confirmation that the large wagon will continue to employ Volvo Volvo ’s traditional taillights that extend upward on the tailgate. At the same time, the V90 is a significant departure from its predecessor, as Volvo dropped the boxy design in favor of a sportier roof section with a raked rear windscreen. Although it looks sporty and modern, the new styling might prove upsetting to old-school enthusiasts, not to mention that it may impact trunk space.

The new Volvo V90 would come outfitted with the traditional taillights of Volvo that extend up on the tailgate. Simultaneously, the 2017 model V90 is a significant exit from its forerunner, as the automaker dropped the boxy plan, supporting a more athletic roof section with a raked back windscreen.

Even though the new V90 looks athletic and contemporary, the innovative outside styling might establish a disappointment to old-school aficionados, not to state that it may influence the trunk space. Though the design of the rear part of the vehicle is not yet confirmed, it is expected that it would be similar to that of the XC90 to continue true to new styling lingo of Volvo. After V90 debut, very soon there will be 2017 Volvo V90 cross country version, the date is not announced.

Much like the exterior, the V90’s interior is also be based on the S90’s. Both the front and rear passenger compartments appear to be identical in terms of styling and equipment, meaning the wagon comes with the same dashboard with large wood inserts and vertical A/C vents flanking the tablet-like touchscreen, a tall and clean center console, and an overall premium feel thanks to the numerous soft-touch surfaces and excellent fit and finish. In short, the V90 is quite fancy for a wagon, even if compared with products from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.

Similar to the exterior, the interior design is derived from that of the 2017 Volvo S90, as well. Both the front and back passenger compartments seem to be indistinguishable in terms of equipment and styling. This means that the new wagon comes with the identical dashboard with great wood inserts and perpendicular air conditioning vents, adjoining the tablet-like touch screen, a high and sparkling center console, and an overall quality feel due to the many soft-touch surfaces and superb fit and finish. Briefly, the 2017 V90 is fairly fancy for a wagon, even when compared with brands from Mercedes-Benz and BMW.

While shoulder, leg, and headroom will linger similar for the backseat passengers, cargo space can be increased dramatically due to the cabin configuration of the vehicle. A foldable back seat will further boost the cargo space, making the new V90 not only one among the most comfortable vehicles on the market but a realistic grocery acquirer and an ideal vacation vehicle, as well.

2017 Volvo V90 Redesign

2017 Volvo V90 Engine

As the architecture is based on the XC90 and S90, it is expected that the vehicle would feature two diesel engines, two gasoline engines and a hybrid engine. The petrol range includes the T5 turbocharged engine to generate a maximum power of 254 ponies and a maximum torque of 258 pounds per foot. The next petrol variant will be a T6 supercharged engine to generate a maximum power of 316 ponies and a maximum torque of 295 pounds per foot.

When comes to diesel variants, the first diesel mill will be a D4 engine to generate a maximum power of 190 ponies and a maximum torque of 295 pounds per foot, whereas the second D5 diesel engine will generate a maximum power of 225 ponies and a maximum torque of 346 pounds per foot. Buyers in the necessity of a greener, the most fuel-competent wagon can opt for the 2017 model V90 that comes equipped with the T8 hybrid 2017 Volvo V90 engine. This is the combination of a traditional four-banger, 2.0-liter capacity turbocharged mill and a durable 80-HP electric motor with the capacity of 60-kW. The combined power output would be 400 ponies and a combined torque would be 472 pounds per foot.

If you don’t spring for the hybrid, the V90 T6 uses the T8’s same turbocharged and supercharged, 320-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The base T5 drops supercharger and the all-wheel drive but still sends 254-horsepower to the front wheels. Volvo also mentioned a PowerPulse diesel, but we’re not sure how likely it is that the U.S. will get the diesel option.

The diesel lineup consists for the D4, rated 190 horsepower and 295-pound-feet of twist, and the D5, which cranks out 225 horsepower and 346-pound-feet. Customers in need of a greener, more fuel-efficient wagon will be able to order the V90 with the T8 hybrid, which pairs a 2.0-liter, turbocharged and supercharged four-banger and a 60-kW (80-horsepower) electric motor. The combo delivers 400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque.

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