The new Volvo V90 is on sale now, priced from £34,555 to £44,055, with first deliveries expected in October.
The entry-level Momentum model with Volvo's D4 engine gets a leather interior, LED headlights and dual-zone climate control, while the D5 engine in Inscription trim with electric front seats, 18in alloys and all-wheel drive tops the range. A plug-in hybrid engine will join the line-up after launch.
Unsurprisingly, the shape of the V90 is similar to that of the S90, and also takes some inspiration from 2014’s Volvo Concept Estate.
Inside, the five-seat V90 gets the same dashboard layout – including the same large touchscreen infotainment interface and digital dashboard technology – as the S90.
Its larger dimensions allow the V90 to carry up to 1526 litres of luggage, including under-floor storage. By comparison, the BMW 5 Series Touring offers a maximum of 1670 litres while the E-Class estate offers 1855 litres of space.
Leading the powertrain options is the top-spec, T8 'Twin Engine' plug-in hybrid, which mates an 87bhp, 177lb ft electric motor to a 2.0-litre diesel motor to give a combined output of 401bhp and 472lb ft of torque. CO2 emissions of 47g/km and fuel economy of 134.5mpg are also claimed.