Volvo has opened the order books for the new generation of the XC90 as the model in question has been unveiled this fall.
After selling the Volvo XC90 First Edition exclusively online, within just 47 hours, meaning seven cars sold every minute, the Swedish based automaker has officially announced the opening of the order books for the regular model. On the Old Continent, the model in question has been priced from 59,472 euros, for the basic entry-level model, as for the money you will be getting the D5 AWD Kinetic, with a lot of standard items and with the Drive-E four-cylinder turbo diesel engine, rated at 224 HP and 470 Nm.
The D5 AWD Momentum will be setting you back for 64,376 euros while for the range topping Inscription you will have to pay 70,412 euros. The T6 AWD Momentum costs 70,634 euros and the T6 AWD Inscription is more than 6,000 euros more expensive. All versions of the T6 are coming with the 8-speed automatic transmission under their hoods and with the 2-liter turbocharged and supercharged unit, with 321 HP and 400 Nm of torque. There is also an AWD T8 plug-in hybrid, with 400 HP (298 kW) and 640 Nm (472 lb-ft).