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Volvo XC90 freshens up


THE Volvo XC90 is clothed with new luxurious interior, which incorporates the latest technology and design that’s clean, beautiful and crafted from the finest materials.

The new XC90’s interior combines materials such as soft leather and wood with handcrafted details including a gear lever made of crystal glass and diamond-cut controls for the Stop/Start button and volume control.

It has increased its interior space for passengers both in the second and third seat rows making it a seven-seater and all the seats can be folded individually.  The seats in the third row offer comfort for passengers with a height of up to 170 cm and the sliding function can be used to create more legroom for passengers in the third row or to increase loading space when the third row seats are folded flat. Storage options are available for the driver and all the passengers and the most interesting feature is a tablet-like touch screen control console.

The full seat core has an ergonomic shape that resembles the human spine with a multitude of adjustment possibilities. The standard Comfort seats are available with power operation including adjustable side bolsters, seat cushion extension, multi-directional lumbar support and vertical adjustment of the headrests. The all-new optional Contour seat has been designed to offer excellent side support all the way from shoulders to thighs and there’s an optional child booster cushion in the centre seat.

Safety features include three-point safety belts with pre-tensioners and all the seat rows are covered by the inflatable curtain airbags in the event of a side impact or rollover situation.

Other features include a four-zone climate system with individual settings for occupants in the front seats and in the second row. An option of a separate air-conditioning unit for the third row is standard or optional. Volvo Cars’ Clean Zone air purification system - one of the most efficient on the market - has been further improved by adding a new filter for more efficient capture of small, harmful particles and pollen in the incoming air.

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