June 30, 2017: The Volvo XC90 SUV has received a mechanical update. The D5 variant of the XC90, which is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine now gets the Power Pulse technology. This tech helps reduce turbo lag at lower RPMs and improves the power delivery without hampering the efficiency of the engine. With this technology, the XC90 now packs 235PS of power and 480Nm of torque. This is a boost of 7PS/10Nm. Mated to this engine is an 8-speed Geartronic transmission powering all the four wheels. In September last year, Volvo launched the luxurious XC90 Excellence T8 Plug-in Hybrid in India, carrying a sticker price of Rs 1.25 crore (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The plug-in hybrid variant of the XC90 is the most powerful Volvo from its product portfolio for India. The hybrid SUV will be available only in the top of the line Excellence trim of the XC90 range. The Plug-In Hybrid variant of the XC90 looks identical to the current model sold in the market
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Internal combustion engines will remain in the lineup, but the focus will gradually shift from hybrids to all-electric vehicles
The S90 gets a front radar while the XC90 gets Power Pulse technology
The hybrid variant of the luxurious SUV will be available only in the top-spec Excellence trim and is the first luxury hybrid SUV in the market.