Volvo's latest concept is coming to Detroit with the all-new XC90 set to arrive later this year.
Following a trio of teaser images, Volvo has revealed the Concept XC Coupe ahead of its public unveiling at the Detroit Motor Show. While its dimensions equate closer to the XC60 and comes as a three-door, four-seater, the Concept XC Coupe nods to the all-new XC90. Notable styling cues include a floating grille, unique rear light graphics and headlights infused with T-shaped LED elements. The SUV look is highlighted by chunky side sills, 21-inch alloys and skid plates.
While the concept's interior is a bit compact, expect the new XC90 to fill out considerably as it accommodates three rows and seven seats. It's cabin will also house a tablet-sized central touchscreen and feature the Sensus Connected Touch infotainment system.
Being a Volvo, the XC90 will be incredibly safe with systems including an autobrake function that detects pedestrians in the dark and autonomously following the car in front. Based on the new SPA platform, the XC90 will use 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines. A hybrid variant utilizing a supercharger and turbocharger will be good for 400 hp.