The 2017 Volvo S90 is the automaker’s largest four-door, five-passenger sedan. Available with two engines and two trim levels called Momentum and Inscription. Elegantly integrated into the dash, its intuitive interface is the ultimate expression of Scandinavian design. Luxury with innovative standard features such as semi-autonomous driving system, leather seating surfaces and a turbocharged engine that delivers power without sacrificing fuel efficiency.
2017 Volvo S90 Engine
The engine in T5 models makes 250 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. While the T6 engine uses both a turbocharger and supercharger to generate 316 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. Both engines pair with an eight-speed automatic transmission. T5 models are front-wheel drive, while T6 models are all-wheel drive. Moving over to gasoline units, there’s the T5 with 254 horsepower and 258 pound-feet and the T6 with 316 horses and 295 pound-feet. Finally, the T8 hybrid, which pairs a 2.0-liter, turbocharged and supercharged four-banger and an 80-horsepower electric motor connected to the rear axle, is good for 400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque.
2017 Volvo S90 Interior Design
Volvo Concierge is a complimentary service, available exclusively for S90 customers. Centered around you, it’s the convenient, personal way to order your new Volvo. Designed around your natural body shape, the S90 seats offer enhanced support and protection. Upholstered in fine leather and finished with unique contrast stitching. In the S90 sets a new standard for automotive listening. Watch Sean Evans, contributing writer to The Drive, explain how the innovative audio design delivers amazing fidelity. Nothing should be added or stripped away.
So when you sit in the S90 cabin, you’ll hear exactly what’s on the recording. Innovation is key to sound in the S90. From the unique air-ventilated subwoofer to the tweeter on top of the dashboard, every element is designed to deliver audio perfection. The sat-nav itself is very good at avoiding congestion and providing you with a realistic estimated arrival time. Unlike some systems which optimistically assume you’re the only car on the road.