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Volvo Unveils S90 Sedan Ahead of Auto Show Debut

Swedish automaker Volvo has unveiled S90, the sedan version of its previously released XC90 SUV.

The automaker, which is known for manufacturing SUVs is trying to revamp its entire lineup by 2019, and enter into the sedan segment with the S90.

Volvo has equipped the new S90 with advanced semi-autonomous drive feature Pilot Assist, which provides steering inputs to keep the car within a particular lane with markings up to motorway speeds of around 130 km/h.

The Pilot Assist eliminates the need for drivers to follow another car to maintain the lanes.

Just like the XC90, the S90 will be offered in hybrid power train along with battery and fuel-powered engines including the T8 Twin Engine.

Volvo has equipped the car with a host of new technologies including the first of its kind large animal detection which will allow the driver to detect large animals such as elk, horses or moose during night and day, and it will come with advanced chassis simulator and cloud-based apps.

Volvo Car Group Design senior vice president Thomas Ingenlath said: "Our idea was to bring something entirely new to this rather conservative segment and deliver a visual expression that exudes leadership and confidence on the exterior.

"On the inside we have taken the S90 to the next level, delivering a high-end luxury experience that promises comfort and control."

The S90 is to make it's publically debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit

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