Volvo will expands its estate range with a new model, scheduled to be revealed during this Year Geneva Motor Show. But before that, Volvo will reveal the new V90 estate on February 18 in Stockholm.

The V90 is a car that benefits from more than 60 years of estate building heritage, which started with the Volvo Duett launched in 1953. The Swediesh manufacturer continued with the Amazon in 1962, with the 1800 ES introduced in the autumn of 1971, with the 245 launched in 1974 and with the 960 and 850 T5-R.


Since the first day, Volvo has sold more than six million estates worldwide, representing around a third of the total number of Volvos sold since the company’s foundation in 1927. The launch of the new Volvo V90 on February 18 is the latest chapter in this history.

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Based on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) as its XC90 and S90 siblings, the V90 is the estate version of the widely acclaimed S90 saloon, which was launched at the North American International Auto Show in January.


The launch of the new Volvo V90 on February 18 is the latest chapter in this proud history.

Based on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) as its XC90 and S90 siblings, the V90 is the estate version of the widely acclaimed S90 saloon, which was launched at the North American International Auto Show in January.