Volvo Cars has taken the wraps off its third and final variant for the 90 Series line-up, the Volvo V90 Cross Country.
The model continues the tradition started almost 20 years ago with the rugged XC90 Cross Country.
“Australian’s have openly displayed their appreciation of the Volvo Cross Country over the years, with the vehicle’s go anywhere capability whilst looking the part in any environment. We see this trait continuing with the new V90 Cross Country,” said Kevin McCann, Managing Director of Volvo Car Australia.
Based on the Scalable Product Architecture shared with the S90 and V90, the carmaker says the V90 Cross Country has undergone rigorous testing to ensure it can survive in some of the harshest conditions.
Outside, the V90 Cross Country gets the usual body cladding and increase ride height to tackle mild off-road duties.
Inside, the cabin gets all the luxury and modern conveniences of the V90, including a high-end sound system by Bowers & Wilkins.
Production of the car is scheduled to start this autumn (northern hemisphere) at Volvo Car’s Torslanda Plant in Sweden. The new V90 Cross Country will go on sale in Australia in the first half of 2017.