For 2021, the Volvo 90-series is getting a number of updates to keep them competitive against rivals like Mercedes and BMW. We covered a few of the car models’ changes previously, but for the sake of a recap we’ll include them here and add new details, such as U.S.-market pricing.
Both the S90 and XC90 Recharge—that’s Volvo’s new name for its T8 plug-in-hybrid electric vehicles, as the T8 badge is retired—get a major price cut for 2021. The XC90 Recharge is now $64,445 at base—a $3,550 reduction compared to the 2020 T8—and that’s before a possible $5,419 federal tax credit is applied. The S90 Recharge is now $3,150 less expensive than it was last year, and will start at $61,045 in 2021, again, before the tax credit.