Even more configurations for the Volvo XC90 MY2020
Volvo has unveiled a refreshed version of its XC90 SUV, upgrades to the original exterior design, such as new wheels, exterior colours and a modern new grill.
The refreshed XC90 Model Year 2020 for the first time offers Volvo’s advanced kinetic energy recovery braking system, which is coupled with its existing internal combustion engines to create a new integrated electrified powertrain, under its new ‘B’ badge. This new electrified powertrain offers drivers up to 15 per cent fuel savings and emission reductions.
The new ‘B’-badged cars complement Volvo’s existing T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid electrified option on the new XC90.
On the inside, the interior design remains in place, but perhaps the most noticeable addition is the fact that it can be ordered with a range of different seating configurations. From the four-seat Excellence variant and the seven-seat family SUV to the brand new six-seat configuration, the XC90 is available with any number of seats that best fits people’s preferences and lifestyles.
The MY2020 version of the XC90 will go in production in May at the Torslanda plant in Sweden and is now available to order.