Current-gen Volvo XC90 to say goodbye with Signature Edition

The all-new next-generation Volvo XC90 will arrive in late 2014 with a new design that was partly previewed with the Concept Coupe.

There will be also a number of new safety and support technologies like Pedestrian Detection in darkness, Road edge and barrier detection with steer assist, Adaptive Cruise Control with steer assist, Animal Detection and Autonomous Parking.

Before the all new model comes a farewell model called XC90 Signature Edition is launched with all the possible options the current generation model can be configured.

The XC90 Signature Edition is based on the R-Design trim level and comes with additional equipment such as an RSE multimedia system for the rear seats, Volvo Premium sound system, RTI navigation, electric sunroof, heated front seats, leather upholstery, aluminum inserts and electrically-adjustable rear seats.

Exterior highlights include aluminum touches on the mirror caps, engine protection panel, rear diffuser, roof bars and side skirts, as well as xenon headlights, tinted rear windows and new 19-inch Ixion alloy wheels.


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