We dare you to call it ugly.
Besides making a name for itself in terms of safety, Volvo has always made some of the prettiest wagons in the world and the automaker has done it again with the new V90. Images of the new Volvo V90 have surfaced before the wagon's official debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. We already knew that Volvo was working on a full-size wagon, but we had no idea it would look this good. Crossovers and SUVs may be taking over American roads, but Volvo's still fighting the good fight by making wagons cool again.
Based on the S90 sedan, the new V90 features similar rear end styling to Volvo's Concept Estate model from the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Just like the S90, we wouldn't be surprised to see the V90 offered with three powertrains: a turbocharged four-cylinder engine making 250 hp, a turbocharged and supercharged engine producing 316 hp, as well as a plug-in hybrid model that is expected to make 410 hp. There's no word on whether the V90 will feature the same semi-autonomous capabilities as the S90, but we sure hope it will. Be on the look out for the V90 at next month's Geneva Motor Show.