Volvo has released details about the engine options that’ll be available on the all-new XC90.
Two diesel engines will be available. The first is a D4 with 142kW and 400Nm of torque on tap. The more powerful twin-turbo diesel D5 provides 168kW and 470Nm of torque. Volvo claims a combined fuel consumption figure of 6,0 l/100km for this particular model.
The petrol line-up includes T5 and T6 models. The former develops 189kW and 350Nm of torque, while the latter offers 239kW/400Nm, thanks to a turbocharging and supercharging on the same engine.
The T8 badging is reserved for an all-new four-cylinder plug-in hybrid model. The front wheels are driven by the same turbocharged and supercharged engine mentioned above, while the rear wheels are driven by a 60kW electric motor. The combined output is rated at 298kW and 640Nm of torque, which also makes the T8 the undisputed performance car in the new XC90 line-up.
The all-new XC90 will finally make its international debut next month.