It's raining Volvo news today, as following the unveiling of the gorgeous Coupe Concept, our Swedish friends at Feber, who were at the media event held in Gothenburg tonight, tipped us off about a series of pictures they took at the presentation – not of the coupe, but of the next generation XC90 that was teased on a big screen.
The darkened pictures provide us with our first official glimpse at the 2015 XC90, including its face with the brand's new signature headlights featuring T-shaped DRLs (Daytime Running Lights), as well as the SUV's rear quarters and the interface of the touch-screen infotainment system on the center console.
Volvo has already confirmed that the new XC90, which will be its first production model to be developed under the ownership of China’s Geely, and the first to make use of the Swedish brand's new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA), will debut late next year.
At the Gothenburg event, Volvo mentioned that after the introduction of the XC90 SUV, it will present the new S90 sedan and V90 estate as replacements for the S80 and V70 respectively.
Thanks to Roger from Feber.se for the heads up!