Next Volvo XC90 Rumors

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The Volvo XC90 has been on the market since 2002, so saying that the Swedish SUV needs a replacement would be a major understatement. The carmaker is well aware of this and is working to give us a new model, but this is not expected to arrive soon.
The next XC90 will be the first Volvo to use the carmaker’s Scalable Platfrom Architecture (SPA), which will also be found under the next XC60, S60, V70 and S80, with power set to come from the automaker’s fresh four-cylinder VEA (Volvo Environmental Architecture), which should be an example of downsizing. Volvo is expected to also offer a hybrid version alongside the typical petrol and diesel ones.

In other Volvo-related news, the company is expected to expand its crossover range by launching an XC30, which will be slotted under the upcoming XC40, with the vehicle set to arrive by the middle of the decade.

Via: Inside Line
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