2018 Volvo S90 The Thoughtful Luxury Sedan First Look Drive Specs Features Design Review

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2018 Volvo S90 Excellence - INTERIOR

Luxury sedan gets a super luxurious interior - Features, Review Volvo is moving the production of the S90 from Sweden to China with the promise of making the luxury sedan the most “premium car ever made” in the world’s biggest automotive market. It’s a lot to live up to, but Volvo is confident that it’ll work, or at least confident enough to announce a top-of-the-line trim that pretty much includes anything and everything that Volvo has to offer. The model is called the S90 Excellence, and if the name sounds familiar, that’s because the car’s breathtaking interior was already previewed in concept form back in April at the Beijing Motor Show. It’s not a concept anymore because the S90 Excellence is going to hit the market in 2017. The Chinese market is expected to get first dibs, but since the model is going to be exported all over the world, there’s a possibility that the U.S. and European markets will get theirs too at some point in the future. In the meantime, the S90 Excellence, together with the standard S90, will make its debut at the 2016 Guangzhou Motor Show later this month. So what makes the S90 Excellence a major step up in luxury for Volvo? The short answer is “Lounge Console,” which is basically the same interior we saw in Beijing as a concept, only it’s actually set to be used in production form. Care for a rear-seat touch screen control interface, handmade crystal glasses, and a built-in refrigeration compartment? Yep. That’s what you get – and many more – with the Volvo S90 Excellence. Continue after the jump to read more about the Volvo S90 Excellence. What makes the Volvo S90 Excellence special The Volvo S90 Excellence will be based on the long-wheelbase S90 L, a model that’s only being sold in China. So in case you’re wondering why the S90 Excellence looks particularly longer than the standard S90, that’s because the S90 Excellence is effectively a limousine, and an über luxurious one at that. The exterior doesn’t change too much other than its overall dimensions, but the interior is where owners will find a world of difference. The S90 Excellence is effectively a limousine, and an über luxurious one at that. Essentially, the S90 Excellence’s Lounge Console cabin is a mobile hotel that can morph into a luxury work station or an entertainment center with a few pushes of some buttons. The first thing you’ll notice about it is that it doesn’t have a front passenger seat. In its place is a small compartment that contains a few items, most notably a large touch screen that can be used for a variety of functions. The compartment can apparently store a pair of shoes too so that’s another neat addition. Most of the offerings can be found in the rear section of the car where massaging rear seats can be reclined for supreme relaxation. There’s also a rear center console that has its own refrigeration compartment inside the armrest. Notice those champagne glasses too? Those are handmade crystal glasses from noted Swedish glassmaker Orrefors. The console also contains a folding table that be accessed and positioned in front of the rear seat, providing a usable work space for the occupant. The S90 Excellence’s Lounge Console cabin is a mobile hotel that can morph into a luxury work station or an entertainment center with a few pushes of some buttons. Engine choices for the S90 Excellence are limited to just the T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid setup, which puts out an output of 410 horsepower. That should be enough to justify the ridiculous opulence of a car with matching performance characteristics. Read More https://www.topspeed.com/cars/volvo/2017-volvo-s90-excellence-ar175087.html Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney Ambient Lights New "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

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Volvo Cars has become the first automaker in the world to export China made cars to Europe by train via China’s new ‘One Belt, One Road’ trade initiative. The first S90 premium sedans, built at its Daqing plant in China, will arrive at a distribution centre in Zeebrugge, Belgium this week. The cars have been transported to Belgium via the recently opened, China-Europe railway link. The connection brings down the time it takes to transport vehicles to Europe by two thirds compared with the naval route, meaning customers receive their car faster after ordering. Visit Our Website For More Information https://www.automotonetwork.com/first-china-built-2018-volvo-s90-arrive-in-europe-via-chinas-one-belt-one-road-trade-initiative/ Subscribe Us For Upcoming Content :https://goo.gl/af64xm Twitter :https://goo.gl/uhCENh Facebook :https://goo.gl/eCUAZu Google+ :https://goo.gl/50O1yW All the content on this channel is for editorial purpose only. It can't be edited, downloaded, published, or used without written permission. No copyright Infringement Is Intended. If You Have any issues with respect to content on this channel please contact us through our business email or any of the social media links above. Music By Heroboard No Copyright Music [Cinematic] Rise Studios - Path of a Hero Link: https://youtu.be/Kc9fDIKiJm8 [Indie Electronic] C5 - To the stars Link: https://youtu.be/IKkSo9h7ySA

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2018 Volvo S90 The Thoughtful Luxury Sedan First Look Drive Specs Features Design Review
Between its clean Swedish lines and ornamental buttons, you may leave this car wondering why any other luxury car exists. The 2018 Volvo S90 will make you feel fancier just by sitting in it. If it’s not as fancy as the Volvo, just take it away. It is unworthy of carrying you. (Full disclosure: Volvo graciously delivered a brand-new S90 to my house with a full-tank of gas. I felt like Fancy Kristen the entire week despite the fact that I’m the member of the Jalopnik staff who once installed a cupholder in her car with a hose clamp.) There really isn’t a bad seat in the S90. The sleek but functional interior design is so good. The same tidy aesthetic we love in modern Scandinavian furniture was translated into a car, inside and out. The matte finish woodgrain in the Inscription trim you see here contrasts neatly with the ultra soft bone hued leather seats. Diamond pattern metal on the engine and drive mode switches glimmers in the sun. The frameless, beveled edge rear-view mirror is such a simple little touch, but it felt different and special every time I looked like it. It feels less like a car and more like a comfortable living room. The back seat, with its retractable side, rear and roof sunshades, is a better place to be chauffeured than most Town Cars and limousines. Tired of looking at garbage beige McMansions when you’re stuck in traffic? Just close the shades yourself with the controls sitting next to you, and hide the world.
As with any good large car, the backseat comes with its own HVAC controls. There’s miles of leg room back there, even for taller passengers. On top of all that, the optional Bowers & Wilkins stereo system sounds excellent and there’s even a WiFi hotspot.
If you’d like to enjoy this ultimate comfort from the driver’s seat instead, the S90’s heated and ventilated front seats are a solidly swanky place to be. Someone put actual thought into the design of the interior controls. This is the first time I’ve had a big infotainment screen in a car that I actually liked. Usually, I hate big screens as they’re so poorly laid out that they seem almost dangerous to use. But in the Volvo, things on the screen were laid out in an intuitive manner, such that I barely had to look over to go through the menus. They simply take too much attention away from driving. That shouldn’t be a luxury—that should be the new standard of how it’s done. Pilot Assist—Volvo’s semi-autonomous driving system... really only works in stop and go traffic, where my feet could rest. It’s no autopilot; you have to keep your hands on the wheel, but the system lets you control how closely the S90 follows the car ahead, and it will automatically brake when that car slows or stops. A few times on my test ride, Pilot Assist decided to stop a little closer to the next car’s bumper than I might have liked. But in slow-moving city traffic, I felt like I could trust it. When the herd of cars started moving again, so would the Volvo. In fact, the Volvo loved to hug the dotted line when I tried it. It successfully made the grinding get-out-of-town-at-5-p.m. experience a little less aggravating. The system wasn’t as good on the open road though. The S90 is clearly not optimized for such shenanigans, but it’s definitely not slow. Its 2.0-liter twincharged engine pumps out 316 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. More importantly for a car like this, the ride is markedly smooth with optional air suspension in the rear. this is the most thoughtfully designed car I’ve encountered in years. Everything lives in a place that make sense,and was relatively easy for even me... a self-titled luddite who hates to read the manual just to figure out a car—to use. I’m shocked at how little it cost, too.Our test car rang up at only $69,140,optioned up from an MSRP of $54,100, which seems competitive for a car this big and elegant. I don’t care if you spent more on a different car, or whatever.If it’s not as nice as this S90,it should not befoul your space.Send it away until someone brings you a good Volvo.

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