The 2020 Volvo S90 and V90 vehicles have been on sale since 2016 as top-class vehicles we call flagships. Volvo has been making hardware and design changes on these two vehicles since last year. Volvo, which has been talking more about SUVs in recent years, has also equipped the engine of vehicles with electric engine technology.
The new entry-level engine is the T6, which, despite its nomenclature, is a 4-cylinder. It’s both turbo- and supercharged, boasting 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The T8 is yet another 4-banger, but it gains a battery pack and a charging port, along with quite a bit more power. It makes 400 horses and 472 pound-feet of torque. The base engine is now the T6, which is a turbocharged and supercharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder that makes 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. Given the S90’s 4,800-pound curb weight, this may not seem like much, but it’s adequate, cracking off a 0-60 run in just 6.0 seconds. The T8 adds a 10.4-kwh hybrid battery that can drive the S90 for up to 21 miles on electricity alone and electric motors that contribute an extra 84 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque, for a total of 400 and 472, respectively.
The transition to the hybrid system is made not only in the S90 and V90, but also in other vehicles of the 90 series. It was stated that the XC90 model, which is one of the sister cars of the 90 series, saved about 15% fuel. It is possible to have a fuel saving in the S90 and V90 models. Another improvement that many users will be unhappy with was the maximum speed of the vehicle. The maximum speed will then be 180 km / h on all Volvo models.
When we look at the changes in the vehicles, we see that the front fog lights, the front bumper attachment and the air inlets in the lower parts of the front bumper have changed slightly. At the rear, the headlights with full-LED system come with dynamic signals in the V90 and V90 Cross Country. In addition, Volvo included new color and rim options in these 3 models.