2015 Volvo XC90 Interior Revealed
Volvo is giving the public its first glimpse of the redesigned XC90 SUV before a full reveal this August. For the first time, Volvo is providing complete details on the upgraded interior of the XC90. Nappa leather and premium wood mixes with a crystal gear lever and diamond-cut controls to add a unique feel to the cabin. Also new for 2014 is a large touchscreen that looks just like a tablet, similar to what is available on the Tesla Model S. This layout contributes to the virtually button-free cabin, a huge departure from the current XC90. Standard on the 2015 Volvo XC90 are power seats with lumbar support, adjustable headrests, seat cushion extensions, and adjustable side bolsters. An all-new optional Contour seat provides increased support from the shoulders to the thighs. The second row features three independently adjustable seats that can recline or slide. The sliding function allows for more legroom in the third row, which comes optional with power operation. According to Volvo, passengers up to 5'7" tall can fit in the back row. First launched in 2002, the Volvo XC90 quickly became the brand's top seller in the U.S. Considering the model hasn't undergone a redesign since, we think it is about time Volvo comes out with an update. Expect Volvo to unravel more details of the XC90 in the next few months. By mid-July, we should hear more about the powertrain, and by the end of August, Volvo will reveal the exterior design. Check out Volvo's video below for a full look at the XC90's interior. Source: Volvo
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