Volvo has revamped its flagship S90 sedan and V90 estate, as well as its all-terrain version, the Cross Country. Externally, the models have changed only due to new bumpers and other filling of LED optics.
The flagship Bowers & Wilkins audio system features a new amplifier, automatic noise cancellation and an additional sound profile that mimics a jazz club. Wireless charging has been added to the center tunnel, while 12-volt outlets in the back row have given way to USB-C ports.
- For the Volvo S90 and V90 in China, the particulate filter air purification system is now available in all countries. It shows the temperature and level of air pollution in the passenger compartment on the multimedia display, and also cleans the interior in a few minutes. There are also new interior finishes, including materials made from several varieties of natural wool.
- The updated models have moderate hybrids with the index "B" (B5, B6). They are equipped with a 48-volt starter-generator with kinetic energy recovery system. They were also equipped with "brakes by wire", that is, without a physical connection between the pedal and the mechanisms themselves. Modifications with the "B" symbol should be 15 percent more economical and more environmentally friendly than the conventional "T" versions.
The refreshed Volvo S90 and V90 will go on sale during 2020. In Russia, the cost of a pre-styling sedan starts at 3,055,000 rubles, and the all-terrain V90 Cross Country station wagon costs at least 3,505,000 rubles.