Volvo Car Malaysia Adds S90 T5 To Lineup – Momentum Trim, 2.0-litre Turbo Non-Hybrid, RM338,888

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Volvo Car Malaysia Adds S90 T5 To Lineup – Momentum Trim, 2.0-litre Turbo Non-Hybrid, RM338,888

Volvo Car Malaysia has added the S90 T5 to its portfolio. With the introduction of the T5 variant, the S90 model range now comprises three versions:

  • S90 T5 Momentum – RM338,888
  • S90 T8 Twin Engine Inscription – RM366,888
  • S90 T8 Twin Engine Inscription Plus – RM386,888

Powered by Volvo’s Drive-E 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which is paired to an 8-speed automatic gearbox, output figures stand at 254 PS and 350 Nm of torque.

The powertrain package enables the S90 T5 to reach 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds while consuming 7 litres of fuel for every 100 km travelled (NEDC, combined cycle).

Like the S90 T8 Twin Engine, the S90 T5 will be equipped with the full-suite of active safety and driver- assist systems which includes City Safety which comes with pedestrian, cyclist and large animal detection, Run-off Road Mitigation with Road Edge Detection and BLIS (Blind Sport Information System) with Steer Assist.

The S90 T5 will also get Adaptive Cruise Control, Distance Alert, and the semi-autonomous drive feature, Pilot Assist which gives steering input to keep the car properly aligned within lane markings up to motorway speeds of around 130 km/h.

Clad in Momentum Trim, the S90 T5 retains the 19-inch tyre profile, but with a more aggressive wheel design – the 5-triple spoke Matt Tech Black diamond-cut alloys.

Besides that, the car also features new vertical front grilles to distinguish from the T8 Twin Engine, and round end-pipes with chrome sleeves.

Last but not least, The S90 T5 is available in six exterior colours - Crystal White, Mussel Blue, Luminous Sand, Onyx Black, Bright Silver, and Maple Brown.

“We are offering more variants to match the current needs of our customers, and we do this whilst retaining advanced safety systems across our model range. This is in line with our future vision that no one shall be seriously injured or killed in a new Volvo car,” said Lennart Stegland, Managing Director of Volvo Car Malaysia.



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