The Compact Modular Architecture-based XC40 receives a plug-in hybrid variant next year. A new flagship SUV could arrive in 2023 and allow Volvo to compete for Mercedes-Benz GLS and BMW X7 customers.
S60: Production of the redesigned compact sedan began at Volvo's factory near Charleston, S.C., last year. The revamped S60 offers a range of four-cylinder engines and two versions of Volvo's plug-in hybrid powertrain. A freshening could come in 2022.
V60: The compact wagon, which looks like a smaller V90, arrived in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2019. It's available with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine turbocharged to produce 250 hp for the front-wheel-drive T5 version. A V60 Cross Country variant is arriving in stores. A freshen of the V60 is planned for 2022.
S90: The flagship sedan will be freshened with a mild-hybrid powertrain in late 2020. A redesign is planned for 2023.
V90: The large wagon debuted in 2017, followed by an all-wheel-drive Cross Country variant nearly a year later. A freshening is planned for late 2020, when the wagon is also expected to get Volvo's mild-hybrid system. A full redesign could come in 2023.
XC40: The new compact crossover went on sale last year. A plug-in hybrid variant should arrive in the first half of next year. An all-electric XC40 is planned for the second half of 2020. It will debut a new Android-powered infotainment system. A freshening of the XC40 is expected in 2021.
XC60: The midsize crossover was redesigned for the 2018 model year, when Volvo also introduced the T8 plug-in hybrid variant. A Polestar-engineered version of the XC60 T8 hybrid is expected to arrive in the third quarter of this year. A freshening of the XC60 is due in late 2020, when it could receive the new Android-powered infotainment system.
XC90: The large crossover received a minor freshen this year, including a new grille and 2+2+2 seating. A redesign is scheduled for 2022, when production is scheduled to start at the South Carolina factory. The next-gen XC90 will include a mild-hybrid powertrain as standard equipment. The redesigned model also will include more advanced automated driving technologies.
XC120: Production of the new flagship SUV should begin in spring 2023 in South Carolina. It will be built on the SPA2 platform. The vehicle could go on sale in the U.S. in the second half of 2023.