Volvo XC90 2020 unveiled with innovative fuel-saving system
Volvo XC90 2020 has been unveiled with a new engine that lowers fuel consumption through a modern motor-brake card system.
The front end comes with a different front grille design, with no other changes in mind. The interior received changes, starting with a different number of seats by category, the Excellence class comes with 4 seats, while a standard class with 7 seats and 6 seats is available.
Volvo XC90 2020 also offers guidance auxiliary systems for both the city’s safety system and the blind spot monitor, and the autobrake self-braking system is the only one capable of distinguishing objects on the road.
The most important characteristic of Volvo XC90 2020 is the KERS system, the new saving system with the usual Volvo engine, resulting in hybrid engine systems that provide up to 15% higher fuel efficiency with reduced emission rates, through the combination of kinetic braking power and the twin-T8 hybrid engine.