After 12 long years since the first generation model debuted in 2002, the Volvo XC90 finally receives a second generation. It will make its world debut in its hometown of Sweden tomorrow but as usual, photos of the car have leaked onto the internet, allowing us a first look at the family SUV.

All petrol variants of the XC90 will be powered by Volvo’s 2.0 litre Drive-E engine, which tops out as a hybrid T8 with a combined 400 horsepower. The hybrid can do 40 km in EV mode. The next rung down is the T6, which has a 320 horsepower output. For fans of oil burners, the D5 will do 225 horsepower from its twin-turbo diesel engine. All engines are mated to an eight-speed auto.

We’ll be back with full details once the full press kit is out. For now, read our Volvo XC90 infohub and have a look after the jump for the full gallery and start dreaming!