Created for people who appreciate a dynamic drive, the S90 R-Design blends sophistication with sportiness. Bespoke exterior design details and colours set the tone. The cabin has a cockpit-like feel, with special leather upholstery, Metal Mesh aluminium inlays and supportive Contour sports seats.
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R-Design trim in detail
Unique exterior design features for R-Design trim includes glossy black trim and dual integrated tail pipes.
Love the drive
With a Sport chassis that lowers the ride height by 20mm and stiffer springs and dampers, the S90 R-Design is built for a sharper driving experience.
A focused interior
Contour seats in Nappa Leather/Nubuck, a Charcoal colour theme and steering wheel gearshift paddles create a sporty focus in the cabin.
Bold alloy wheels in different sizes enhance the purposeful, focused look of the S90 R-Design.
Make it yours
Create your perfect Volvo S90. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories.
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