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The new Volvo XC90 is the first car to be based on the firm's new platform that will underpin all future models.
A series of unfortunate events led to the Volvo XC90 living on well past its sell-by date - and we're not talking about just a couple of years.
Where most vehicles live for just seven or eight years, Volvo's poor old big SUV soldiered on for 13. Somehow, buyers didn't seem to notice and kept on buying it for its comfort, seven seats, fine safety and sturdy looks, but fleets did and the XC90 hasn't been efficient enough to be relevant for years.
The all-new XC90 replacement is set to change that.
Three engines will be offered from launch: a 320hp 2.0-litre turbo and supercharged petrol (badged T6), a 225hp 2.0-litre diesel (badged D5) and a 59g/km 400hp plug-in petrol hybrid (called T8). All come with an eight-speed auto gearbox, and there's the choice of three trims.