Volvo has unveiled the V90 Cross Country, which is the successor to the XC70 Cross Country.
Volvo has unveiled the V90 Cross Country, which is the successor to the XC70 Cross Country. The arrival of the V90 Cross Country now effectively completes Volvo’s 90 Series, which includes the new S90, V90 and the XC90 SUV.
Just like the old XC90 Cross Country, the V90 Cross Country bridges the gap between a traditional wagon and an SUV. The V90 Cross Country with its higher ride height and extra body cladding makes it the perfect all-road car. It’s biggest selling point will be the 8.2 inches of ground clearance, which is 2.2 inches taller than the V90 wagon.
When the V90 Cross Country goes on sale it will be powered by the familiar turbocharged and supercharged 2.0L four-cylinder that is also available in the XC90. The four-cylinder will generated 318 horsepower and will be mated to an eight-speed automatic and standard all-wheel drive.
The V90 Cross Country will arrive early next year.