Volvo tells us the latest XC90 is 'more than luxurious'...
Singapore - Those old enough will recall the characteristic box-shapes of older Volvos, which placed a greater emphasis on safety than aesthetics. If you've seen any of the brand's latest offerings, you'll realise that Volvo is on a blitz to penetrate the luxury segment. At its launch in early 2000, the seven-seat XC90 was something of a revelation, since it was a cool combination of genres at a time when cars were more strictly categorised in distinct pigeonholes, e.g. sedan, sportscar, MPV, SUV etc., without so much of today's 'crossover' type vehicles.
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