The premium quality, seven-seater SUV was officially revealed at the Paris Motor Show and comes with advanced safety features, new powertrain technologies and impressive fuel efficiency and power.

The new XC90 is available to order now, following the Motor show and after the "First-Edition" sold out within 24 hours of going on sale on the 3rd September.

The general look of the vehicle reminds you of the previous out-going XC90, but features a new grille, which has the iconic arrow aligned with the diagonal slash across the grille. This in combination with the T-shaped "Thor's Hammer" daytime running lights gives the face of the new Volvo XC90 a completely new look. Expect to see this new look face on future Volvo's to come.

It is available in 3 trims with 2 engines from launch. The trims advance from the base Momentum grade, through Volvo's ever popular R-Design grade and lastly the Inscription grade with top-of-the-range specification.

The XC90 T8 Twin Engine combines an 80hp electric motor with a two-litre, four cylinder, supercharged and turobocharged petrol engine. This combination gives a CO2 output of only 64g/km (weighted). The other engine available from launch is a two-litre D5 225hp with 4WD, which has CO2 emissions of around 152g/km.

Advanced safety features available on the new XC90 include features such as a run-off road protection package and auto brake at intersection capability. The XC90 can detect when the car is running off the road and the front safety belts are automatically tightened to keep the occupants in position. Also, if the driver turns in front of an oncoming car, the car can use the automatic braking in an attempt to prevent a collision.

The new Volvo XC90 with the T8 Twin Engine is a very attractive offer for company car drivers, thanks to it's low CO2 value, as it falls into the 5% company car tax band.

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