Wagon lovers looking for a little more height and adventure in their lives, the new Volvo V90 Cross Country is coming for you.
The 2017 V90 Cross Country is basically a taller, lifted wagon designed to tackle those tougher terrain moments. As well as getting a bit of lift off the ground, it also receives some body cladding, too.
Volvo announced the model Thursday saying it completes the new 90 Series lineup. At its core, the V90 is built on the XC90 platform. Jalopnik reports the V90 Cross Country hikes up 60 millimeters for 8.2 inches of ground clearance. It comes with softer tires for a more cushy ride, a retuned chassis, and rear air-suspension.
The automaker tested the Cross Country variant at a secret facility north of Sweden. Temps there regularly dipped to -40 degrees. Volvo also tested in the searing triple-digit desert heat in Arizona.
The V90 Cross Country will head into production this fall in Sweden.