These images were originally published by Chinese website AutoHome, and show scale models of what looks like a production version of the upcoming V90 wagon.
This follows on from a similar leak earlier this year for the yet-to-be-revealed S90 sedan.
The V90 is based on the Scalable Product Architecture that has so far spawned the XC90 SUV. Next year, Volvo will begin sales of a new range-topping sedan, the S90, and a wagon accompaniment, the V90.
Under the bonnet, the S90 and V90 will likely use the same suite of drivetrains powering the XC90, including turbocharged, and turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder petrol engines, turbocharged four-cylinder diesels, and a plug-in hybrid.
Stylistically, the new V90, if this model proves to be accurate, is essentially a production-ready version of the 2014's Concept Estate, albeit with an extra set of doors, the addition of working door handles and minus the concept's frameless windows.