Volvo’s first luxury SUV, the Volvo XC 90, will be available in the U.K. for the first time in 2019.
According to Volvo’s UK marketing manager, Rob Wahlberg, the company will make the XC XC70 and XC 70D available in 2018, and the new XC 60 and XD 60 in 2019, before it’s “completely redesigned” in 2020.
The company also announced that it will launch its first fully electric vehicle, the XD 75, in 2021.
The company will offer a wide range of new products and services in 2019 including new powertrains, new technologies, fuel cell cars, and a range of other features.
Wahlberg said Volvo has taken steps to ensure its brand is “strong” as a result of its new partnership with Nissan, which will create a new brand that “has a clear brand identity” and “will be strong as an automotive brand in 2019.”
The company also plans to introduce new vehicles that will “give customers more choice” in the coming years.
“The XC and XA vehicles are really the future of premium vehicle production,” Wahlburg said in a statement.
“We’re excited to continue building on the incredible success we’ve had with our XC brand, which we’ve seen over the past 10 years.
We’re looking forward to having Volvo, Nissan, and our global network of dealers in our customers’ homes, and to seeing how they respond to this exciting new opportunity.”
The XD 70 will be a new luxury SUV that “provides a great balance between sporty and sporty luxury,” according to the Volvo marketing manager.
It’s designed to be driven from a stop and will be equipped with an array of technologies, including the first electric motor, a “multi-mode engine” that has an output of 2.2kW, and an automatic transmission that delivers over 7,000 miles of range per charge.
It will also offer a new driver-assistance system.
The new XD 50 will be the first luxury crossover SUV to come to the U, and will also feature a range that is comparable to the new Mercedes-Benz CLS 50 (above).
It will have a seating capacity of 6,900 square feet and weigh in at 6,500 pounds.
Its interior will feature a “sleek and sportier design” and will feature new materials and materials throughout, including leather, aluminum, carbon fiber, and titanium.
The XA 70 will offer “great value” in a “luxury SUV” that will offer buyers “a comfortable and stylish driving experience,” according a Volvo spokesperson.
“The XB 50 and XB 70 are great value for the money, and we’re excited about the new addition to the XA family.”
It will also come with a range rating of up to 70 miles per charge, and it will offer the same “high quality” design as the XB and XF models.
“It is the next step in the evolution of Volvo vehicles,” the spokesperson said.
The Volvo XD 100 will be an SUV with a “high-performance design, an impressive range, and luxurious interior.”
It will offer customers “a luxurious driving experience and a truly differentiated performance package,” according the spokesperson.
The XD 90 will be Volvo’s “next step” in premium SUV production.
The first XD 80 will come in 2019 and it is “the next generation of the XDA family,” according Volvo.
It is “an all-new SUV for our customers,” and it’s available in “the new premium range.”
The first Volvo XB 60 will be “the most sophisticated and innovative luxury SUV on the market,” according it’s marketing director, Andreas Möller.
“Its new body and design will be even more powerful than the X60, with a new turbocharged 4.5-liter V8 engine and a new front engine management system that provides more control for drivers,” according Wahlborg.
The next generation XD will “bring together the best of Volvo and Nissan,” according Möllers marketing director Andreas Mörner.
“Our new XDA will combine the best elements of our existing brands,” and offer “the very best in safety, comfort, and performance,” according his spokesperson.
The latest XDA 75 will be in 2019 in the “XDA family” and it features a “new powertrain, a sporty, sporty interior, a more modern exterior, and new powertrain technology,” according its marketing director.
“This new XA 75 combines the best features of our current XDA and XDA70 models, with new power and control features that deliver better fuel economy and more comfort.”
The new Volvo XE 60 will “reinvent the classic Volvo XDA” in 2019 by offering “a more efficient and exciting ride experience