Volvo has released new images and videos with the upcoming 2015 XC90 which will be officially unveiled over the next couple of months.
Volvo isn’t letting us forget that the development of a new generation of the XC90 is still on its way so new images and videos with the model have been released. The 2015 Volvo XC90 will be getting an elegant cabin and a lot less buttons, which have been replaced with a generous touch screen display. This is using the company’s Sensus interface which is promising to be easy to use and intuitive, helping drivers keep their hands on the wheel as much as possible and their eyes on the road.
The new generation of the SUV will also come with an Ericsson-based cloud solution and the Sensus will be getting a lot of cloud-based apps, such as the music streaming, the Internet radio, the connected navigation system, the detection of restaurants, finding and paying for parking and so on. The CarPlay, signed by Apple, will be offered on the new XC90 too. The 2015 Volvo XC90 will be produced in Sweden, at the Torslanda factory, in Gothenburg, and it will be officially unveiled this August.
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