Recently Volvo presented V90 wagon and S90 sedan. However, the most interesting choice could be new 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country. The business has steeply gone down in wagon sales. This is because, in the United States, the wagon craze has been on the decreasing side and it is being dominated by taller, regularly less competent, and often less pleasurable to drive SUVs. Despite this drift toward sport utility vehicles, the Swedish manufacturer considers that it is the right time to bring back stylish, modish, and lavish V90 Cross Country wagon to the American market. Volvo is confident about this model because, the car-maker has taken much effort to make the new model wagon a most exceptional vehicle by installing it with technology, style, performance, safety and indisputable utility.
2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country Spy shots
2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country Exterior
Although most of the Volvo cars come with a sleeker traditional design, the all-new Volvo V90 Cross Country 2018 is expected to come with a modern design lingo of Volvo. Moreover, the external design will mostly be derived from that of the new Volvo V90 wagon. However, it may differ from the soft-road edition and the differences include a higher travel height by 2.5 inches, and the new vehicle will have the all-wheel-drive system as standard. This will give the vehicle the required skill to manage rough and tough terrains, but it will not have full off-road characteristic.
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Around back, the design exactly matches to that of the front part, with athletic prompts and abundant horizontal stripes that highlight the width. The tail lamps combine with the D-pillar, matching the hatch while they ascend towards the roof, whereas squared-off back pipes are seated in the lower bumper corners.
Other external 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country changes that can be seen from spy photos is the larger roof rails, chunkier tires, and fender flares.
Volvo V90 Cross Country 2018 Interior
Although most of the interior features of the 2018 Volvo V90 wagon resemble those of the acclaimed Volvo XC90 sport utility vehicle, however, it will be more comfortable with the similar level of luxury. All seats inside the cabin are designed with premium materials, with the T6 writing, and with the heating, cooling, adaptable and fine touch features. All seats will be upholstered in high-quality leather. Furthermore, wood and leather trim will be offered as standard. Furthermore, these seats are designed in a spacious way to offer an adequate legroom to the occupants of the new vehicle.
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The notable interior element is its Sensus infotainment system, which has been designed in the style of a tablet. For providing enjoyable entertainment to passengers, the cabin comes equipped with the premium Bowers and Wilkins acoustic system. The cabin comes with the cargo volume of 19.7 cubic feet and the volume can be increased to 53.9 cubic feet by folding the seats at the back. This is more than that of the Volvo S90 and 30 cubic feet less than that of the Volvo XC90.
Some of the standard features available with the new V90 Cross Country include:
The 2018 V90 Cross Country should come with the same engine options as V90 and be considering that this is the crossover, with the all-wheel-drive system.
The first that will power the new vehicle will be a T5 turbocharged unit that offers the wagon the power and torque of 254 ponies and 258 pounds per foot respectively.
The second powertrain will be a supercharged and turbocharged powertrain with the capacity of 2.0 liters. This power unit has 316 ponies and torque outputs of 295 pounds per foot.
The third powertrain option will be a T8 hybrid variant, which is a blend of a turbocharger and supercharger traditional unit with four cylinders and an electric motor to offer the new wagon a combined power and torque outputs of 400 ponies and 427 pounds per foot respectively.
All 2018 Volvo V90 engines will be mated to the only available eight-velocity mechanical transmission system.
Price and release date
The release date of the new 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country during the first half of 2017 in the worldwide market, but US buyers have to wait until late 2017 or early 2018 to procure the new vehicle. Regarding pricing, the estimated starting price of the new wagon would range from $55,000 to $60,000.
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All-new 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country spy photos