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Volvo will provide a variety of appealing alternatives for the 2021 model year. The 2021 Volvo S90, a premium sedan with intellect, muscle, and beauty, is one of the top new vehicles guaranteed to make prospective customers crane their necks. So, what's the big deal with the Volvo S90 in 2021 and who’s giving the discounts. That is a simple question to respond to. The thrill has been turned up to 12 with the S90's beautiful simplicity, fuel-efficient engine that nevertheless packs a punch, and jaw-dropping combination of standard technology and safety features. Car Lelo brings you a variety of dealership networks right at your fingertips. Finding deals and buying cars are now made easy. Taking a trip in the 2021 Volvo S90 reveals one of the car's most appealing features: the roomy, comfy interior. It's not overly opulent, instead relying on subtle lines and simplicity to entice potential purchasers in. There's plenty to like about the upmarket materials, stunning 9" infotainment display, and digital driver information cluster. The T6 engine, which comes standard, is supercharged and turbocharged, producing 316 horsepower. Given all of that muscle, the estimated combined gas mileage of 25 mpg is excellent. The Volvo S90 may also be equipped with a hybrid drivetrain, making it even easier to save time and money at the gas station. You might be wondering how the Volvo S90 in 2021 intends to keep you secure. Another simple one. A strong sense of security is provided by standard safety technologies such as automated emergency braking with forward-collision warning, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving. The Audi A6 is already behind the curve with a higher price, starting at 62 Lakhs INR. Luckily Car Lelo continues to offer the best deals on luxury cars. Even though the base power plant has only 248 horsepower, it achieves marginally higher gas mileage. Furthermore, there is no true hybrid option, which is a significant disadvantage for environmentally conscientious purchasers. The A6 has a variety of basic safety features as well, although it lacks the adaptive cruise control and semi-autonomous driving that the Volvo S90 delivers. The BMW 530i, falls behind the Volvo S90 in terms of pricing yet again. There's also the uninspiring cabin, which lacks the spaciousness of the S90, as well as the lack of standard safety equipment. The 530i likewise falls short in terms of horsepower while narrowly outperforming the S90 in terms of fuel efficiency. Aside from the larger 12.3" infotainment display, the 530i falls short of the S90 in almost all other areas. Car Lelo makes your wishes come real this fall of 2021. Best deals on Volvo cars await our valuable customers.
Volvo Cars India has just announced a price hike of 2 percent for its range of petrol-hybrid cars and SUVs in India with immediate effect. This is the second time that the brand has increased prices for its model in the country during the past 4 months. Volvo Cars India Price Increase The Swedish automaker has stated that the price increase is due to the higher customs duty that has been announced in the recent budget. Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director, Volvo Car India, stated, “The changes in customs duty as announced in the recent budget has resulted in an increase in input costs of our petrol mild-hybrid models. This has resulted in marginally increasing the price of our mild hybrids”. With this price increase, the Volvo XC40 B4 Mild-Hybrid is now priced at Rs 46.40 lakh (ex-showroom) while the XC60 B5 comes for Rs 67.59 lakh (ex-showroom). As for the Volvo S90 Mild Hybrid it will set you back by Rs 67.50 lakh (ex-showroom). The brand’s flagship model, the XC90 SUV now costs Rs 98.50 lakh (ex-showroom). Volvo did not announce a price hike for the recently launched XC40 Recharge. Volvo Cars India: All Models Locally Assembled Volvo also announced that all models, including the New XC40 Recharge, XC90, S90, XC60, and the XC40 are now being locally assembled at the automaker’s Bangalore manufacturing facility. Volvo Cars India: Upcoming Launches The company has not made any official announcement yet, but it is expected to launch a new pure electric model in the country later this year. This will most likely be the Volvo C40 Recharge SUV-coupe, which the automaker had previously confirmed. Read Also: Volvo EX90 Flagship Electric SUV Makes its Appearance Globally
Volvo has finally unveiled its all-electric flagship SUV, EX90 globally. This seven-seater SUV will go on sale in 2024 and replace the Volvo XC90 in the company’s line-up. The EX90 follows the XC40 Recharge and the C40 Recharge as the third full electric model from the brand. Volvo has even started delivering the XC40 Recharge to its customers in India. However, the Volvo EX90 will be the first model to be underpinned by the dedicated EV SPA2 architecture. Volvo EX90: Exterior Design and Dimensions The design of EX90 is based on the Volvo Concept Recharge that was showcased last year. However, it borrows most of its styling cues from the XC40 Recharge to maintain a consistent EV look. These include the blanked-off front grille and the new digital Thor Hammer headlights. Volvo EX90 offers sharply styled 22-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and flush door handles for enhanced aerodynamics. Although there are some creases on the side, the large glasshouse is what makes the EX90 similar to the outgoing XC90. Talking about the rear, the upcoming model gets a unique split tail lamp design with the C-shaped LED unit below. Further, Volvo EX90 is slightly longer and wider than the XC90 model in terms of dimensions standing at 5,037 mm in length. To optimize the range, the design of the Volvo EX90 has been sharpened in accordance with the wind flow resulting in a low drag coefficient of 0.29Cd. Volvo EX90: Interior Design and Features EX90 has a 14.5-inch tablet-like touchscreen system on the inside that is powered by Google OS that supports OTA updates. Other additions to the EX90’s cabin include equipment such as a 25-speaker Bower & Wilkins audio system featuring Dolby Atmos, a panoramic sunroof and speakers integrated into its headrest. Additionally, the EX90 comes with phone key technology where the smartphone provides a function of the key for your car. Finished in Nordico upholstery, the EX90’s cabin contains 25 percent recycled aluminium and 15 percent recycled steel along with 48 kilograms of recycled plastics and bio-based material. Volvo EX90: Onboard Safety, Powertrain, Battery, Charging Volvo cars are known to be the safest moving things on the road and the EX90 is no different. It features Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) as standard with the sensor mounted on the front edge of its roof. The new safety kit will also be powered by the software system along with the battery management and infotainment system. In terms of powertrain, the twin motor models will get 408 bhp and 770 Nm whereas the performance models offer upto 517 bhp and 910 Nm of torque. The Swedish automaker has provided the EX90 SUV with a 111 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The EV’s battery is manufactured using renewable energy that supports DC fast charging up to 250 KW as claimed by the company. It also offers a bi-directional charging option. Volvo EX90 EV Launch Details Volvo has promised to become an electric-only brand by 2030. The Swedish carmaker has also said that it aims to launch one EV every year in India. EX90’s launch in India is expected to follow sometime during early 2025. Read Also: Volvo XC40 Recharge Launched at Rs 55.90 Lakh in India