Volvo alluded to his desire to watch coupes and convertibles once he completely updated the current model range by the end of the decade. Discussing with Auto Express at the S90 reveal the event in Gothenburg this week, Volvo design vice president Thomas Ingenlath outlined the company’s five-year plan.olvo hinted at his desire to watch coupes and convertibles once that it has completely updated the current model range towards the end of the decade. Speaking to Auto Express at the unveiling of the 2019 Volvo S90 in Gothenburg, Thomas Ingenlath, Volvo’s senior vice president of design, outlined the company’s five-year plan.
Here is an overview of the four all-high-end 2018 key Volvos, all equipped with standard safety features, and all but one offering hybrid and petrol variants before 2019. We tested the S90 sedan that competes with BMW luxury and Mercedes-Benz, the mid-size SUV XC90 that kicked off the resurrection of Volvo in 2015, the compact XC60 SUV likely to be Volvo’s bestseller in the near future and the V90 wagon-size average.
The S90 will only be offered with all wheel drive. The 2019 Volvo S90 feature the same powertrains as the XC90, meaning the T6 is powered by a turbocharged, turbocharged 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, 316-horsepower engine, coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission in Sport mode. (The T8 uses the same gasoline engine, only coupled with an electric motor that develops an additional 87 hp.)
A new Volvo S90 Coupe could rival cars like the BMW 6 Series and the Mercedes E-Class Coupe, with prices around £ 40,000. It would likely have a range of powerful petrol and diesel four-cylinder engines, as well as a hybrid plug-in T8. If Volvo’s demand for fully electric models is realized, we could also see a pure EV.