Volvo has officially released the first images with the cabin of the next generation XC90, ahead of its unveil, which has been scheduled for this August.
The many generation of the Volvo XC90 has been talked about many times and we are now taking a step forward into seeing what it would be like, for the first time ever, thanks to these images showing the interior design which have been released by the Swedish based automaker. The cabin of the Volvo XC90 is adopting an uncluttered configuration as many buttons are now replaced by the touch screen display, which seems similar to the one offered in the Tesla Model S.
The 2015 Volvo XC90 will come in a seven-seat configuration and it will get soft leather upholstery, aluminum inserts or wood trim, along with other upscale materials. The instrument cluster seems to be fully digital. Some of the goodies found on the next-gen SUV include the four-zone climate control, the Apple CarPlay system integration, the voice recognition system and a smarter third row of seats, which will be able to carry passenger who are up to 1.7m tall. The 2015 Volvo XC90 will be officially unveiled this August and production will start next year in Gothenburg, Sweden, at the Torslanda plant.