Volvo cuts motor range for S90 sedanApril 5, 2020
Volvo turned down all offers of clean gasoline and diesel on the British S90 for facelift 2020, leaving only the hybrid version of the T8, now called Recharge.
Volvo also lowered all trim levels of the Plus interior throughout its range. This means that the S90 now costs from £ 55,180 in R-Design finishes, and up to £ 56,030 for lettering finishes.
The changes do not affect the V90 station wagon, which is still available with petrol and diesel four-cylinder options now featuring moderate hybrid technology. The system uses a 48 V battery with a built-in generator and energy recovery system, which, according to Volvo, helps to reduce CO2 emissions by 15%.
Volvo has made some small changes to the design of the S90 and V90, which went on sale in 2016. Both cars received a new front bumper and fog lights. There are new LED taillights for the V90 at the back, and for the first time, the company has installed consistent light indicators. There are also a number of new paint colors and wheel options.
The interior has also been updated, and Volvo has added an advanced air purifier that filters out particulate matter from the cab and can display air quality in the infotainment system. Previously, the system was available only in models of the Chinese market.
Now there are two USB-C ports for charging that replace the 12-volt outlet, while wireless charging has been added as an option for most options. The S90 and V90 also feature an upgraded Bowers & Wilkins audio system and an expanded range of skin-free materials.
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