Volvo V90 leaked 3

Ahead of Volvo’s planned reveal of its all-new Volvo V90 on February 18, leaked studio images of the estate have found their way onto the internet thanks to Swedish site Teknikens Varld. The same site is responsible for revealing live images of the estate earlier as well.

As you can tell, the estate shares much in common with the S90 from several weeks ago, with a large majority of its front-end derived from the sedan. The rear-end however, is inspired mainly by Volvo’s Concept Estate from 2014. On a separate note, the car seen here is nigh identical in terms of looks to the scaled models from China, which were leaked previously.

Here, the V90 gets the same-design headlights as the S90, with the same “Thor’s Hammer” LED daytime running lights. The rear tail lights also remain faithful to the ones on the concept. Put together, you get a very handsome-looking estate that replaces the previous V70.

Under that enticing skin, the V90 rides on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) that was first employed on the all-new XC90 and later on the S90. The “T6” badge at the rear also confirms Volvo’s latest range of 2.0 litre four-cylinder Drive-E petrol engines will be offered like the S90, likely including the plug-in hybrid Twin Engine T8 mill. Diesel options should include the D5 and D4 engines.

GALLERY: Volvo S90