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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 1Kenny13
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    @kenny13

    Señores, no sé si lo ha comentado alguien pero… VOLVO HA CAMBIADO SU LOGO.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 2gosaton
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    @gosaton

    El logo parece el símbolo masculino ..

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 3CABO
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    @cabo

    Señores, no sé si lo ha comentado alguien pero… VOLVO HA CAMBIADO SU LOGO.

    Pues no me había dado cuenta y me da mucha rabia.

    El nuevo logo está muy bien, cada vez que una marca cambia tiemblo pero han conseguido limpiarlo sin simplificarlo y d amuy buena sensación. Eso al menos en el volante, veremos que tal queda en los frontales.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 4KR
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    @kr

    Coincido con la mayoría, tiene un aspecto el salpicadero muy americano, pero hay que entender que para meter esa pantalla de gran dimensión y que no supere la línea superior del salpicadero para que parezca menos pegote… pues es lo que tiene. Debo añadir que la calidad que se aprecia es espectacular, me encanta el pomo en cristal y sobretodo que son 7 plazas reales. Supongo que en longitud este coche alcanzará los 5 metros. Espero que saquen un híbrido enchufable para competir con sus futuros rivales.

    No se donde ves las 7 plazas reales. Y no voy a entrar en discusiones acerca de la cota de altura o lontitudinal de las plazas traseras.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 5Juani
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    @juani

    Una lástima, porque más allá de algunos detalles, como los reposacabezas, el interior no tiene esencia de Volvo, màs que nada ese salpicadero como todos comentan, es muy americano, a mi me hizo acordar a Jeep, más que nada el del G Cherokee, una pena porque me esperaba algo más digno de Volvo, esperemos que por fuera conserve lo del concept.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 6Coronel
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    @coronel

    Parece que solo me ha gustado a mi. Yo creo que el contraste de los 2 colores del salpicadero, la parte de arriba negro y la de abajo marrón claro, no combina bien. Si os fijáis en esta imagen:

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    Todo en negro queda mucho mejor. Un saludo.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 8MACAUDI
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    @macaudi

    Eh, que a mi me encanta 😀

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 9A.P.M.
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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 9A.P.M.
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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 8MACAUDI
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    @macaudi

    Pedazo asientos 😀

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 5Juani
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    @juani

    Tiene vida propia

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 13Fuego
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    @fuego

    La calidad percibida de la pantallaca es sobresaliente, casi que hasta me comienza a gustar la consola central. Y los asientos… Uff, Volvo 100%, bien merecida está la bandera sueca en ellos.

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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 9A.P.M.
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    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 5Juani
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    @juani

    Mmmm quiero escuchar música dentro de estos coches

    #136697
    Volvo XC90 II (2015) 9A.P.M.
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    @a-p-m

    Nuevos detalles:
    T5: 254hp y 350 Nm
    T6: 320hp y 400 Nm
    T8 Twin engine: 400hp – Hibrido. 80hp electricos. 60 g/km de CO2
    D4: 190hp y 400 Nm. Alrededor de 5L/100km
    D5: 225hp y 470 Nm. Alrededor de 6L/100km

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    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    Volvo Cars’ all-new XC90 will be the world’s most powerful and cleanest SUV

    • All-wheel drive, seven seats and ultra-low emissions of around 60g/km
    • Up to 400 hp and 640 Nm of torque
    • New Volvo-developed Twin Engine technology

    Volvo Cars’ all-new XC90 will offer an unrivalled combination of power and clean operation when it is launched later this year. The all-wheel drive seven seater offers drivers up to 400 horsepower but with carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of around 60 g/km (NEDC driving cycle). There has never been an SUV offering this level of power this cleanly.

    “There are no compromises when you drive an all-new XC90,” said Peter Mertens, Senior Vice President Research and Development of Volvo Car Group. “In the past you could either have power or low CO2 emissions. But with the all-new XC90 you can have both.”

    The new XC90 offers a range of Drive-E engine options, all of which provide an outstanding combination of performance and fuel-efficiency. The main distinguishing feature of the Drive-E engine range is that they are all four-cylinder engines.

    “With our new Drive-E powertrains, we have created a family of intelligent petrol and diesel engines with power curves that give exciting driveability at the same time as delivering world-beating fuel economy,” added Dr. Mertens. “With seven people in the new XC90, carbon dioxide emissions per person and kilometre are outstandingly low.”
    The CO2 performance of the all-new XC90 will reinforce Volvo Cars’ leadership when it comes to bringing more environmentally-sound technologies to market. According to figures monitored by European car industry association ACEA, Volvo Car Group delivered an industry-leading reduction of average fleet emissions by 8.4 per cent from 2012 to 2013.

    Twin Engine technology
    Volvo Cars has made it possible for a four-cylinder engine to provide all the driving pleasure associated with a much larger engine and do so far more efficiently and cleanly. Drive-E engines will over time be introduced across Volvo’s entire range.

    For the all-new XC90, the top of the range ‘Twin Engine’ will carry the badge ‘T8’ and be a plug-in electric car, hybrid car and high-performance car rolled into one.

    Normal driving is conducted in the default hybrid mode. This utilises a two-litre, four-cylinder supercharged and turbocharged Drive-E petrol engine that powers the front wheels and an 80 hp (60 kW) electric motor that drives the rear wheels.

    It uses the supercharger to fill in the bottom end of the power range to give the engine a big, naturally-aspirated feel, while the turbocharger kicks in when the airflow builds up. The electric motor on the rear wheels provides immediate torque.

    But at the push of a button the driver can switch to quiet and emission-free city driving on pure electric power where the range will be around 40 kilometres, and then, when needed, immediately revert back to the combined capacity of the petrol engine and electric motor, with its combined output of around 400 hp and 640 Nm of torque.

    Full range of other engine options
    The Volvo XC90 range also includes the D5 twin turbo diesel engine with 225 hp, 470 Nm, best in class fuel consumption of around 6l/100 km and the D4 turbo diesel engine with 190 hp, 400 Nm and a fuel consumption of around 5l/100 km.

    The range also offers two petrol engine options. The first is a T6 turbo engine with supercharger and turbo with 320 hp and a maximum torque of 400 Nm. The second is a T5 with 254 hp and 350 Nm.

    Not only is there no compromise in terms of performance or efficiency, but Volvo Cars’ new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) chassis technology also allows for far more flexibility inside the car. Other carmakers have struggled to combine the bulk of a battery pack with a luxurious and spacious interior, something that Volvo has managed to overcome.

    “Since our new SPA technology is designed from the start to accommodate electrification technologies, the Twin Engine installation does not compromise luggage or passenger space,” said Dr. Mertens.

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