Volvo S90 Officially Headed To Detroit Auto Show

Volvo S90 Officially Headed To Detroit Auto Show

Today, representatives of the Swedish car manufacturer Aktiebolaget Volvo told reporters about the premiere of his new creation. According to official statistics, the flagship S90 sedan will debut in January at the Detroit Auto Show, and begin to fight for popularity in the world market will have next summer.

The developers emphasize that the new product will replace the outdated sedan Volvo S80, which first came down the assembly line back in 1998. According to the management of the Swedish company, it is time to send the "old man" to rest, moving in its place a modern S90, and the annual Detroit auto show is the perfect occasion for the development of the new lineup. According to experts, the new architecture of the Volvo sedan will have its "big brother" XC90, in order to preserve corporate design details of the Swedish brand. And in the power of S90 would not keep up with the competition by offering customers two versions with engines of 407 and 316 horsepower.