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Volvo launches luxury sedan 'S90' in India at Rs. 53.5 lakh

Updated: Nov 04, 2016 19:03 IST

Mumbai [India],Nov. 4(ANI): Swedish luxury car company Volvo India has announced the launch of its luxury sedan S90 at Rs.53.5 lakh (Ex-Showroom, Mumbai without Octroi).

Equipped with a host of new technology and features it bears testimony to the continuing transformation of the Volvo marquee in the luxury segment. Khosla Jani 'The Enchanted Collection' ushered the New Volvo S90 luxury sedan at the launch event.

"Today we are making a clear statement of our intent to grow stronger in India - perhaps the most exciting and promising luxury car market in the World. The S90 delivers class-leading safety, bespoke Scandinavian design, and sublime comfort. Packed with features that envelope customers in luxury, we see tremendous response already for the much awaited launch," said MD Volvo Auto India, Tom von Bonsdorff.

"We are delighted to associate with India' s leading designers at the launch of our most awaited luxury sedan. Volvo S90 is a testimony to immaculate design, precision and luxury extraordinaire," he added.

The exterior of the car are designed as per globally acclaimed 'Concept Coupe' the S90 exudes panache and clean design language. The concave elements in the chrome finished grille provides dimension to the bold and proud Volvo Ironmark flanked by the Full-LED Thor's Hammer headlights.

The sides of the car have an elongated passenger cabin to cue open spaces and the signature shoulder-line treatment resembles a luxury yacht. The rear has a new distinct tail lamp cluster and the Volvo spread out wordmark is a premium sign-off for the car.

The S90 is equipped with a sub 2L diesel that delivers 190 horsepower and 400 Nm Torque. The engine is an inline four cylinder turbocharged from the Drive-E family that optimizes power, mileage and emissions.

It is tuned to derive a balance between driving pleasure and driving comfort. The powertrain system is Euro six compliant and the exhaust manifold comes fitted with the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) that restricts the emission of particulate matter PM2.5 and PM10 by at least 95 percent.

Volvo Cars is the first car company in India that made DPF standard in all our cars since 2007. The future is smaller, cleaner and more powerful engines and our sub 2L strategy will be beneficial for the environment. (ANI)