2017 Volvo S90 teased ahead of its debut in Detroit

Volvo has released the first two teaser photos of the new S90 sedan that is going to debut in January at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.

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Volvo has released the first two teaser photos of the new S90 sedan that is going to debut in January at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. The 2017 S90 is the replacement for the S80 and will be the second new model in Volvo’s revamped lineup.

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We’ve already seen scale models of the S90, so the teaser photos actually don’t reveal any extra details. The 2017 S90 will have many of the same styling cues as the XC90, including the Thor’s Hammer LED daytime running lights. The rear will also get C-shaped taillights. The S90 is also going to be a bit larger than the outgoing S80, but will also be lighter thanks to the new SPA platform.

Under the hood we can expect the same 2.0L four-cylinder engines as the XC90, with the top model being the Twin Engine hybrid powertrain.

Source: Volvo