When Volvo’s all-new XC90 7-passenger CUV goes on sale in the U.S. this summer, it kicks off a product offensive that will deliver seven more redesigned vehicles within the next four years.

The ’16 XC90, designed and built in Sweden after China’s Geely Automobile bought Volvo from Ford in 2010, represents only the second generation of the large CUV after its 2002 introduction.

Long overdue, the new XC90 arrives as large utility vehicles once again are currying favor with consumers eager to shop premium brands and showing little worry about the prospect of expensive gasoline, for the time being.

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Volvo Promises 7 New Models In Next 4 Years

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