2020 Volvo XC90 Debut – Introduces Kers With Minor Style Alterations

  • 25th, Feb 2019 6:05 PM
  • Resham Aswani
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Volvo’s popular SUV, the XC90 - A true invention where style meets opulence & power and every ride becomes leisure. A beautiful blend of dynamic exterior and elegant interior is now feasible with an electrified powertrain option combined with streams of upgraded options.

Under the ‘B’ badge, Volvo has mated the XC90’s existing 2.0-litre engine lineup with Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) which promises improved fuel efficiency by up to 15%. The KERS transmit the kinetic energy which is otherwise vanished during braking into useful electric energy which can then be used for torque assistance. The new brake-by-wire system works in sync with the energy-recovery system delivers better fuel economy and decreased emissions.

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The T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid powertrain has been retained as well. The materials have been refined and the Volvo XC90 can now be featured with 6-seat configuration in addition to the existing 4- (Excellence variant) and 7-seat layouts. Furthermore, The advanced Sensus touchscreen infotainment system combines Spotify audio streaming service and Android Auto in addition to the already available Apple CarPlay.

Volvo XC90 SUV marked the start of a new era for the Swedish automaker. As when we talk about the bold exterior, Volvo's SUV XC90 comes with a long bonnet, muscular wheels and new exterior coloured options which gives it a dynamic look.Volvo XC90 SUV is the safest car, contains all passive and active safety features like 9 airbags, adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning system, and park pilot assist. Additionally, the Cross Traffic Alert system has been upgraded with auto-brake assistance while the Oncoming Lane Mitigation system which discovered in the new XC60 has also added here.

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The new Volvo XC90 is expected to enter production in Sweden in May. Bookings for the updated luxury SUV are open globally. The Volvo XC90 competes with the likes of Audi Q7, BMW X5, and Mercedes-Benz GLS.