“From the moment we launch XC90, we will also launch the petrol plug-in version. We have the four-cylinder turbo strategy. We have a 300-plus horsepower engine as a basic engine and then you get the electrification so you end up with 600-plus Nm car. It is the right combination between power and fuel efficiency, and that's what we are trying to achieve,” he told Go Auto.
The next-generation SUV will ride on the company’s new Scalable Platform Architecture and will be launched with turbocharged four-cylinder engine only.