All-new XC90 will debut in Sweden in two weeks

Volvo has just released nine shots of the all-new XC90 sans sheetmetal two weeks before it’s to debut in Sweden. The new SUV will be the first to use Volvo’s long-coming Scalable Product Architecture that will underpin all future Volvo models.

Also included in the bevy of engineering shots is a single frame featuring the new XC90′s headlight with a LED bar reminiscent of ‘Thor’s Hammer’, says Volvo.

Related: Volvo Reveals All-New XC90 Interior

Volvo’s Scalable Product Architecture has been under development for four years and has only one fixed measured section – between the front axle and slightly behind the steering column – while all other sections of the chassis are flexible.

From a design perspective, SPA opens up many options for creativity and technology. It will also allow Volvo to reemerge with a new distinctive look.

“Anyone who looks in their rear-view mirror is going to know immediately that there is a new XC90 behind them,” says Thomas Ingenlath, Senior Vice President Design of Volvo Car Group.

“The XC90 is a car that has presence on the road.”

We will know more about the new SUV in two weeks.

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