New Volvo XC90

SUV, Electric, Hybrid
Expected Launch: Nov 2019
₹ 38 - 52 Lakh
Expected Price

New Volvo XC90 Latest Updates

The 2020 Volvo XC90 facelift was revealed with a host of upgrades. The new model gets subtle styling changes, while there a lot more features now available on the offering. The 2020 Volvo XC90 SUV gets tweaks including the new grille that is in-line with the automaker's more recent offerings. The internal housing for the headlamps has been revised while the Thor's hammer continues to dominate the face. The alloy wheel design is new and so are the exterior colours. Inside, the SUV continues to retain the same design and layout as the current model, but the big change is the addition of a six-seater configuration as opposed to the current five and seven-seater layouts. The vertically-stacked touchscreen infotainment system is also available with Android Auto compatibility now, even as Apple CarPlay has been available for a while. The system will also come integrated with Spotify music streaming in markets where the feature is available.

The 2020 Volvo XC90 facelift now comes with the new Kinetic Energy Recovery Braking System (KERS), which the Swedish automaker says can help save up to 15 per cent in fuel efficiency in real-world driving. Moreover, the SUV will emit lower emissions with the feature onboard, making a smaller carbon footprint. The Volvo XC90 equipped with KERS will get the new B badge to differentiate from the current petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid versions, and the system will be paired with the current internal combustion engines on offer. Initially, KERS will be available on the B5 petrol and diesel as well as the B6 petrol engines, while the car maker will roll out the same on other engines gradually. Expect to see the new feature on other Volvo models as well in due course. It will also be equipped with safety features like Oncoming Lane Mitigation, City Safety with Autobrake, and Cross Traffic Alert systems, in addition to the XC90's safety cage that already offers a tonne of active and passive safety features.

Engine options on the 2020 Volvo XC90 is likely to remain the same. It will continue to get the 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine which churns out 232 bhp and 480 Nm of peak torque.

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