Swedish luxury carmaker Volvo has introduced MY2020 line-up of the XC90, XC60 and S90 models for the Thai market.
Chris Wailes, president of Volvo Cars (Thailand) Co Ltd, said the updated models also come with new features and options, making them even more attractive to buyers.
“We’re excited about the choices we are able to give to our Thailand customers. These three models, the XC90, XC60, and S90 offer something for everyone,” he said. “Style, comfort, and safety are what our customers expect from Volvo and these models deliver all of that and more.”
Wailes said each model comes with an array of new features and options, with an already comprehensive standard equipment list.
“With our sales going from strength to strength in the Kingdom we know that our customers are more than pleased with what Volvo has to offer,” he added.
All three models come in three trim levels – Inscription, R-Design, and Momentum.
The XC90 SUV lineup, which will feature the new Volvo Ironmark logo, will come with Cross Traffic Alert with auto brake and 4-corner Air Suspension with Four-C Chassis.
The XC90 T8 Twin Engine AWD Inscription will feature hybrid powertrain with an 11.6kWh lithium-ion battery pack, while the XC90 T8 TWE AWD R-Design features gloss black exterior packaging, carbon fiber décor as well as the 11.6kWh battery. The diesel-powered XC90 D5 AWD Momentum gets chrome front grille and bumper, roof rails and Iron Ore interior decor.
The T8 hybrid powerplant is capable of producing 407hp and a whopping 640Nm of torque, and has an average fuel consumption of 45km/liter.
Prices range from Bt4.19 million to Bt4.79 million.
The XC60 meanwhile, is the only PHEV (Plugin Hybrid Electric Vehicle) in the compact SUV market. Highlights include B&W sound system and Nappa leather interior.
The top two models get 407hp hybrid powertrains and 11.6kWh batteries like the XC90 as well as similar trims and average fuel economy figures, with the diesel version being positioned at the entry level. Prices range from Bt3.19 million to Bt3.79 million.
The S90 saloon is also priced from Bt3.19 million to 3.79 million, and comes with the same powertrains, although fuel economy is better at 55km/litre for the hybrids thanks to the lighter body weight.
“Our customers in Thailand know what they want from a luxury vehicle and their discerning tastes are what keeps bringing them into our showrooms. With the XC90, XC60, and S90 models we are quietly confident they will once again prove to be popular choices with buyers seeking uncompromising levels of design and safety that comes with Scandinavian style, comfort, and finesse,” Wailes concluded.