Anti-roll suspension, rear-wheel steering and many screens refresh Audi’s school bus
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The Top Gear car review:Volvo XC90
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
The Scandinavian-modern design is visually beautiful, and its execution quality pretty high too. The other wow factor comes from the all-new infotainment system which resides in a responsive tablet that takes up most of the centre dash. Its graphics are stylish, resolution high and menus remarkably intuitive. You can swipe, pinch and zoom with smooth ease.
For family travel, there’s little argument with the three row seat design: the first two rows have five seats that all recline and slide. The third row is more than OK for teens, and behind that is the size of boot you’d find on a mid-size hatch. Extend it by folding one to five of the back seats.