The Volvo V90 Cross Country has been teased in a new picture three days after it was partially shown on video.
The image shows the car under wraps parked near a lake, hinting at the future model's rugged ability and genuine off-road capabilities.
The picture follows a teaser video (shown below) that revealed the lower front end of the new V90 model.
In the footage, Volvo’s signature Thor’s hammer T-shaped LED daytime running lights are visible, as well as the toughened styling of the lower bumper and a revised grille, which features a dot pattern, rather than the standard car’s vertical slats or the R-Design’s horizontal pattern.
The camera angle is low in the clip, which allows us to also see the car’s raised ground clearance, too. The narration of the video describes ‘all-new chassis technology’, but that, and the fact that it will be all-wheel drive, are the only details given.