2016 Volvo XC90 will be one of the project parts that will be launched by the company soon. It is reported that the company will offer all-new products. We glad to know that the company will send the car back to the market after taking many years for the fans to wait. Within the coming of this car, the company gives some refreshments for 2016 XC90.
2016 Volvo XC90 based on the report will get slightly larger dimension compared to the three-row luxury crossover that is also lighter for American models. The car is issued to get two Drive-E engines to offer and both are turbocharged and supercharged. For the base engine, it is rumored that its name is T6 in order to generate the output for about 316 horsepower and also 295 lb-ft of torque. This engine is paired to Volvo Eight-speed auto transmission and for the standard version is all-wheel drive system. This version is able to tow for more than 5291 pounds. For the top flight, the T8 will be matched with the T6 engine that is 60kW in order to generate 80 horsepower from the electric motor and it is placed on the rear axle. This technology has combined system output that is for about 395 horsepower and also 472 lb-ft because the presence of plug-in hybrid drives train. The pure electricity is very possible for 2016 Volvo XC90 by offering lithium-ion battery 9.2 kWh with the support of hybrid and pure gasoline for all-wheel drive. Through all electric range, it is estimated that the car could go for more than 25 miles. It is possible for other markets to see 222 horsepower of twin-turbo diesel engine by producing 347 lb-ft of torque. In addition, the additional power train and drive trains are going to be presented by the company but it is still under the consideration. It is said that there is gasoline engine called T5 for American market to displace the 2.0 liter turbocharged to generate the output for about 250 horsepower and also 258 lb-ft of torque for the new base engine.
It is interesting to know that the car will go with a higher level of safety to offer by introducing pedestrian and also cyclist detection for both day or night and there is also cross-traffic detection along with automatic braking, collision warning, rear impact detection and many more for 2016 Volvo XC90.
The 2016 Volvo XC90 looks like a compelling package for an SUV, with modern technologies that should give it an edge over the competition. However, it is also likely to be a pricey vehicle. Volvo has said the US pricing for the lesser trim T60 version will be $46,900, so expect the T8 to be considerably over the $50,000 mark. No pricing has been announced for the UK or Australia, but $46,900 converts to £29,000 or AU$53,000.
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