LUXURY, BY SWEDEN
The Volvo S90 Inscription
Meticulous craftsmanship meets elegant design.
The S90 Inscription is a reflection of Volvo Cars’ sophisticated approach to luxury. On the outside, it is expressed through subtle chrome trim details, special alloy wheels and integrated tail pipes. Fine Nappa leather upholstery and exceptional craftsmanship help create a relaxed environment for you and your passengers in the cabin.
Inscription trim in detail
Chrome exterior trim for the grille bars, lower outer grilles and side windows gives the S90 Inscription a distinguished look.
Volvo Cars selects the finest North American walnut to create an interior that indulges the senses.
Comfort seats provide exceptional support, so you step out of the car feeling refreshed, however long the journey.
A sophisticated finish
Large alloy wheels with a distinctive diamond-cut finish are integral to the exclusive appearance of Inscription trim.
Make it yours
Create your perfect Volvo S90. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories.
The beauty of simplicity
Creating the new generation of Volvo cars required a redefinition of luxury and what it means to be Swedish, say Volvo Cars designers Thomas Ingenlath and Maximilian Missoni.
More than meets the eye
We take a look at the exclusive exterior styling elements designed for the new Volvo S90 and V90, and meet the designers who created them. But there’s a lot more to exterior styling than meets the eye. Not only do they improve a car’s look, they can also improve its performance.
The race to the horizon
The fascinating background and history of the Volvo Ocean Race have turned it into one of the best-known and toughest endurance races in the sporting calendar. For four and a half decades, participants have challenging themselves and each other as they sail its course. In this article, we will trace the race back to its beginning - and beyond, looking at the developments that shaped modern sea travel and made it possible in the first place. We trace the history of the race all the way back to the opening of the Panama and Suez canals, and then how - decades later - Robin Knox-Johnson became the first man to sail single-handedly round the planet. We then describe the foundation of the race in the 70s, and the developments that turned it into the event we know today - with its cutting-edge boats, teams of world champion sailors and non-stop coverage.