NEXT STAGE: New in 2023
According to dealers familiar with the plans, Volvo will launch a new flagship crossover — the XC100 — aimed at satisfying America's appetite for roomier luxury rides. The XC100, described by one dealer as an "absolute home run," is Volvo's answer to the Mercedes-Benz GLS and BMW X7 flagship SUVs. The crossover is expected to arrive in the second half of 2023 and will be built at Volvo's Charleston, S.C., plant. The new crossover is described as 7 inches longer and nearly 5 inches wider than the XC90. It will be built on Volvo's updated SPA platform and is expected to come in two configurations — seven-seat and six-seat with captain's chairs that allow for easier access to the rear.
A battery version is expected a year later.
|Volvo S90 Freshen in 2020||Volvo XC40 Freshen in 2021||Volvo S60 Freshen in 2022||Volvo S90 Redesign in 2023|
|Volvo XC40 Addition in 2020||Volvo C40 New in 2021||Volvo V60 Freshen in 2022||Volvo V90 Redesign in 2023|
|Volvo V90 Freshen in 2020||Volvo XC90 Redesign in 2022||Volvo XC100 New in 2023|
|Volvo XC60 Freshen in 2020|