Volvo has initiated the revealing of the incoming new XC90 by releasing a selection of pictures from the car’s interior - and first impressions are more than favourable.
The images show an interior that is set to be Volvo’s most luxurious yet, with the Swedish manufacturer self proclaiming just that.
Soft leather is aplenty, whilst wood elements, a handcrafted crystal glass gear lever and a diamond-cut volume switch further enhance the extravagant feel of the new XC90’s interior. Meanwhile, the car’s centrepiece is a new portrait-orientated touchscreen adds the contemporary factor.
The touchscreen allows those inside the cabin to access apps like music steaming and the world’s first look at ‘Park and Pay’ system. “Information, nav and media are high up and easy to check. The phone controls, application icons and climate controls are located low and are comfortable to reach,” said Dr Peter Mertens, Volvo’s senior vice president of research and development.
Standard ‘Comfort’ seating arrive in an ergonomic shape that, according to Volvo, resemble the human spine. For more lateral support, buyers should opt for the ‘Contour’ spec seats. The XC90’s arrangement will see a seven-seat layout with three individual seats in the middle and a further two in the rear.
More details of the new Volvo XC90 will emerge through the summer, with a full exterior reveal expected in August.