The Volvo V90 Momentum
Carefully crafted, versatile and well-appointed.
The Volvo V90 Momentum is a compelling combination of sleek design, versatility and high-tech luxury. On the outside, bold 17-inch alloy wheels and a high-gloss black grille insert match the confident lines of the V90. Inside, high-quality materials meet with innovative technology that makes your life more comfortable and less complicated.
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Momentum trim in detail
The exterior of the V90 features beautiful details, such as LED headlights with our distinctive T-shaped light signature.
Technology to delight
The 9-inch centre touch screen and 8-inch driver display are as easy to use as they are good to look at.
Feel the quality
Iron Ore metal inlays, Charcoal leather upholstery and Comfort seats create an interior that keeps you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
A smart finish
Distinctive 7-spoke turbine-style alloys wheels, finished in bright silver, give the V90 Momentum a confident stance.
Make it yours
Create your perfect Volvo V90. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories.
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