German magazine Autobild reports that the Volvo Concept Estate that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month will likely become the replacement for the V70.
Reportedly named V90, the model will utilize the design of the Concept Estate with two extra doors. Autobild goes onto say the new wagon will use the XC90's platform and come with range of four-cylinder engines. Higher-end models will come with a hybrid system to help produce more power.
There is no mention in the report if Volvo is considering an off-road version of this new model like the current XC70. Also, no mention if this model will make it to the U.S. or when it will go into production.