Volvo does sell more SUVs and crossovers than sedans and station wagons. This is like an outstanding majority of its peers and rivals. In fact, it has yet to confirm the plans to move away from low-riding models in 2021, but, however, it did stress that it is not, in fact, just ready to throw in the towel in either segment quite yet.
Volvo Wagon Fans
The V and S lines are going to be replaced with something even more attractive to customers,” affirmed company boss Håkan Samuelsson. Those comments will come as a relief for Volvo wagon fans around the world. In 2021, the company does need to move on with the wagons and sedans. It seems the Future V and S models are going to look very different from today.
In March 2022, Samuelsson will step down from his position. He has acknowledged that Volvo does need lower-riding cars. However, he has noted that their design is going to evolve and then become “maybe a little less square.” Though, it is not just about style, either. “In the future, the cars will be less boxy. Then they need to have lower air resistance. It would be what you call coupe-ish. There is a range in electric cars. In fact, we will start to look at energy efficiency. The air resistance is going to be key to that,” he said. In fact, it does help that sleeker designs do help keep the buyers interested in sedans.
Volvo S90 and V90
In 2015 and 2016, Volvo introduced the S90 and V90 respectively. They are expected to be replaced in the not-too-distant future. There is one point that is still really up in the air is what they will be calling. In fact, the Swedish company is actually preparing to ditch its alphanumerical naming system.
Volvo’s S90 and V90 were introduced and 2015 and 2016, respectively, so they’re expected to be replaced in the not-too-distant future. One point that’s still up in the air is what they’ll be calling. Moreover, the Swedish company did prepare to ditch its alphanumeric naming system. That was in order to give its cars an actual name. Moreover, so both the nameplates will, in fact, die with the current-generation models. Later in 2022, when the XC90s replacement arrives with a new name, new architecture, and a large serving of new technology, there will be a better idea of what the future has in store.
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