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Volvo Sees Strong Sales Thanks To New Lineup

Posted on November 26, 2018
Inside, the S90 is richly appointed with a combination of soft touch leather surfaces and piano black hard plastics. Electronics abound and mesh well with the car’s stately design flourishes. It comes with all the technologies one would expect from a sedan of this caliber. (photo: Volvo)
Inside, the S90 is richly appointed with a combination of soft touch leather surfaces and piano black hard plastics. Electronics abound and mesh well with the car’s stately design flourishes. It comes with all the technologies one would expect from a sedan of this caliber. (photo: Volvo)

With its base model starting at $48,100, the 2018 Volvo S90 is lower priced than much of its competition. Its highest grade, the S90 T8 eAWD Plug-in Hybrid Inscription comes in much higher at $63,650, which is still lower than the starting price of the 2018 Genesis G90.

The model is a good indication of what buyers can expect from the company as it moves toward a more electric powered future. Earlier this year, the company stated that by 2025, they would like 50 percent of their sales to be of electrified cars. This furthers a previous statement by the company in 2017 which noted, “all new models released from 2019 will be available as either a mild hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery electric vehicle.”

Atlanta Business Chronicle article here

Related Topics: foreign vehicle brands, new sedans, vehicle sales, Volvo, Volvo S90

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