Volvo V90 Models and V90 History
Volvo has produced two iterations of the V90 reflecting the Swedish auto brand's top luxury wagon. For 1997 and 1998 model years, the Volvo V90 served as a refresh to the 960 Wagon brought under the auto company's new alphanumeric naming strategy. Propelled by a 2.9-liter inline-six engine, the first generation Volvo V90 boasted up to 74.9 cubic feet of cargo room. Alloy wheels, eight-way power adjustable front seats, premium eight-speaker stereo system, leather seating and anti-lock braking system was included as standard equipment on the first V90 wagon. 20 years after its first appearance, Volvo has revived the V90 wagon for 2017. A companion to the 2017 Volvo S90 flagship sedan, the V90 will feature high-end available touches such as panoramic roof, Bowers & Wilkins audio system and a four-zone climate control. As of mid-2016, engine options for the Volvo V90 wagon have not been confirmed for the United States. A hybrid-powered T8 Twin Engine is likely to appear as is a performance-themed Polestar performance package.