German magazine AutoBild reports the new Volvo V90 flagship wagon is set to be uncovered in 2016, following the brand's expected launch of its all-new medium-sized V70 wagon in 2015.
The V90 is said to be based upon the brand's Scalable Platform Architecture (SPA), likely as a low-slung alternative to the new-generation XC90 which will be revealed later this year. The report claims the V90 will use four-cylinder engines, and that a plug-in hybrid will be offered, too.
Just last week it was revealed that Volvo will involve Chinese parent company Geely with its next-generation small cars, including the replacement for the V40 hatch which is reportedly due in 2017. AutoBild reports there have been no decisions made for a hatch smaller than the V40, dubbed V20, due to the current state of the European market.