The Volvo Car Group released the first images of the interior of the redesigned 2015 XC90 mid-size luxury SUV that includes a tablet-sized touch screen built into the dash.
The seating has also been redesigned to free up interior space for passengers in the second and third rows in a vehicle that seats seven including the driver. Options include ventilation and massage functions.
The 2015 XC90 will also feature a four-zone climate system with individual settings for occupants in the front seats and the second row. An additional air-conditioning unit for the third row will be standard or optional depending on the market.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet