Volvo may be giving the green light to the Concept Estate as the model in question has a pretty good chance of hitting the production line as a V90 model.
The new Volvo Concept Estate has been such a success when it was introduced at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show that the Swedish based automaker has big plans for it. According to the guys at Autobild, the model in question has a pretty good chance of hitting the production line as a V90 and it could replace the V70, riding on the same platform as the XUV.
Our source is also saying that it will indeed get the green light, than the V90 might spawn two more doors over the concept, which will make it noticeable longer. As far as the engine lineup goes, some downsized new units are expected to make its way onto the model. More details on the production Volvo V90 are limited for the moment.
As you may recall, the Volvo Concept Estate had 21-inch five spoke alloy wheels, chromed dual exhaust setup and it rode on the SPA (Scalable Product Architecture). The cabin of the one-off model came with a tablet like touch screen display, controlling most of the features found on it. Volvo said that the Concept Estate’s interior design is serving as a preview for upcoming models.