SWEDEN’S LUXURY SUV
The Volvo XC90
Refined strength, elegantly crafted. The luxury seven-seat SUV that puts you in command and at ease
Travel in first class, every day
Relax, think and connect with the world on your own terms in the XC90 and discover a large, family SUV that puts you at complete ease. Inside, an uncluttered cabin crafted from the finest natural materials combines with technology that is intuitive to use. On the move, engines that are powerful, quiet and efficient allow for smooth progress. This luxurious, minimalist aesthetic is the essence of modern Scandinavian design. This is our idea of luxury.
Volvo XC90 Highlights
Enjoy more, use less
With ultra-low CO2 emissions, the XC90 balances power with responsibility. The T8 Twin Engine even offers electric-only, zero-emissions travel.
The XC90 has up to seven seats that allow everyone to sit in comfort. The second row reclines and slides. The third row offers class-leading legroom.
Spacious and versatile
The second and third row backrests fold flat to open up a volume of 1868 litres. Each seat also slides to adjust the balance of load space and passenger room.
Power and control
With advanced diesel and petrol engines and the T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid, the XC90 is a flexible and smooth performer.
THE XC90 IN DETAIL
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Discover the XC90, the SUV that is the epitome of modern Scandinavian design, luxurious Swedish craftsmanship and innovative technology.
Make it yours
The XC90 range
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Appreciating the XC90
A car fit for collectors
Bound by sound
1966 was quite a year for music. The Beatles, The Beach Boys and Bob Dylan all released groundbreaking albums that completely transformed the cultural landscape. But while Lennon and McCartney and their contemporaries were busy reinventing the way music was made, a classical music enthusiast called John Bowers was focusing his attention and expertise on reinventing the way we listened to it.
Skiing in Åre
Skiing seems to come naturally to the Swedes. Perhaps it’s growing up in a country where months of uninterrupted ice and snow are the norm, and falling temperatures and tricky terrain are seen as springboards to adventure rather than stumbling blocks? Whatever it is, the moment you witness a six-year-old whizzing by you at speeds you could only dream of, you soon realise the Swedes were built for the slopes.