Smooth styling, Swedish reasonableness, and unrivaled safety ratings make the V90 ideal for the family with panache. It’s exceptional, as well, offered just as a special request at Volvo dealerships. A 250-hp turbo 2.0-liter four-chamber is ideal, as is FWD and an eight-speed AT; AWD is optional. Cars with the T6 feature a 316-hp turbo-and super four-chamber. All V90s accompany automated crisis braking and a semi-autonomous driving mode. Drive any of the current Volvos, and while there are clues of that old school likes, you may also get the feeling that these cars are from a totally extraordinary company—thanks to all-new outside structures, interior treatments, tech features, and advanced powertrains. For those unfamiliar, Volvo has played Judas on the exceptionally old tradition of utilizing diverse measured motors for various estimated cars, and instead offers (in North America, at least) a solitary 2.0-liter four-chamber powertrain with various power yields. The T6 is unusual in that it utilizes both a supercharger and a turbocharger*, the previous to give low-end torque and the latter to generate all the more high-rpm control. A grip decouples the supercharger from the motor at higher speeds, and fancy intake plumbing gives a smooth transition from blower to turbo.