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    LEAKED! Volvo V90 Is Unmasked

      And now, the replacement for the Volvo V70

    Ever since pictures of a Volvo V90 wagon diecast model made their way onto the web last fall, everyone has been waiting to see the full size version of it. Swedish magazine Teknikens Värld got their hands on some leaked photos of a pre-production model and it looks exactly like the model.

     

    From the pictures, the V90 gets a unique rear tailgate that blends the rear end styling of the S90 sedan with a slight angle for the rear glass. Teknikens Värld says the V90 will about 5.9 inches longer than the S90 - a sedan that has an overall length of 195.4 inches.

     

    What is unknown at the moment is if the U.S. will get it. If it does come, expect it to share the same powertrains as the S90, including the T8 plug-in hybrid.

     

    Volvo will debut the V90 at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

     

    Source: Teknikens Värld
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    Hopefully it has actual cargo room and not a low roof with wide ass interior quarter trim panels... rendering it useless as a wagon... more like a fashion accessory.

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    Reminds me of the Infiniti crossovers with the slopped back and useless inside cargo room. Just like the SRX which also has pathetic interior cargo room. Those slanted glass might look cool to some but kill the interior room for cargo carrying capacity. Station wagons did fine on MPG let them have their box size so you can still carry actual stuff in them.

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    I like it(after all it is a wagon) I agree that it will need the practicality it of course is a Volvo. If the hatch glass is independent of the hatch that would help. 

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