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2015 Volvo XC90 spied testing; debut at 2014 Paris Motor Show

We reported earlier that the Swedish luxury car manufacturer Volvo will unveil the all-new 2015 XC90 at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The vehicle has spotted undergoing testing on the European streets wearing a black and white camouflage. The second generation XC90 is stated to be Volvo’s most important product and is claimed to be […]

  • Shilpa Chopra
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2015 Volvo XC90

We reported earlier that the Swedish luxury car manufacturer Volvo will unveil the all-new 2015 XC90 at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The vehicle has spotted undergoing testing on the European streets wearing a black and white camouflage.

2015 Volvo XC90 rear

The second generation XC90 is stated to be Volvo’s most important product and is claimed to be more premium than the current generation model. Though the spotted vehicle was camouflaged but it reveals some important details about the overall styling of the SUV. Its shares its styling cues with the XC Coupe concept shown at NAIAS in January.

2015 Volvo XC90 interior

Volvo has already revealed the details, images and videos of the XC90 SUV’s interior which is packed with high end and sophisticated features. The vehicle gets advanced infotainment system with a large touchscreen display, Browers & wilkins sound system and Apple’s CarPlay.

2015 Volvo XC90 infotainment

The upcoming Volvo XC90 features high end safety and security features including adaptive cruise control with steer assist, pedestrian detection in darkness, a smart seat belt pre-tension system, road edge and many more.

The new Volvo XC90 is based on an all new Scalable Platform Architecture (SPA), which will also underpin the next generation Volvo V40 and V60. This architecture pushes the A-pillar backward and front wheels forward, which in our opinion will be a head turner. The new Volvo XC90 will get a series of new four-cylinder engines and there will be a plug-in hybrid model to join the range later.

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