Nearly a decade after its launch, Volvo’s XC90 seven-seat SUV is taking on another round of changes. Earlier this year minor exterior and interior tweaks were accompanied by a 15bhp power hike for the 2.4-litre five-pot diesel, but this time around the changes are limited to aesthetic spruce-ups and new tech.
Silver roof rails will become standard across the range, as will the newly redesigned bumper bar, also in silver, and sharpened, colour-coded lower door mouldings.
Front running lights and the rear light clusters have also been slightly reprofiled, and new matt-finish 18-inch alloys join the range.
Inside, aluminium trim becomes standard fayre, as does a colour-coded leather grab handle in the boot, and the instruments get a shake-up to include white back lighting.
The sporty R-Design model gets a more thorough interior shake-up to include new upholstery and door panels, and its 19-inch alloys have been redesigned.