Last June, Volvo unveiled the Concept Recharge, a large fully electric SUV that previews the new generation of the XC90. The flagship model from Sweden is expected to debut in 2022 offered in both BEV and ICE-powered variants, with a new report by Autocar shedding more light on its development.


Starting with the design, the third-generation XC90 is expected to closely follow the concept, with a few details being toned down for production. Changes will likely include a more conventional design for the doors and the pillars, similar but less slender LED lights, and smaller-diameter wheels with standard tires.

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Volvo XC-90 Replacement To Blend SUV And Wagon Styling

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