The brand new Volvo XC100 is known to be coming soon. The rumor about this was spread by Volvo dealers at the beginning of the year. The luxury SUV, which will apparently lead Volvo’s crossover lineup as a flagship model, is expected to arrive in 2023.
In an attempt to help visualize what a huge Volvo SUV would look like, Kevin Goldwasser created an unofficial render of the XC100 and posted it on his Instagram. The render is the product of its exterior design internship at Volvo between September 2019 and March 2020.
However, do not take these images for truth. Be that as it may, they are very much in line with Volvo’s current styling, though they look more like a concept than a production car. There are a few things to watch out for in the Volvo XC100. While initial reports say it would be a three-row crossover to the Volvo XC90, more recent information suggests it will only be available as a 2-row, four-seat luxury car with all-wheel drive as standard.
The XC100 may become an all-electric crossover and receive the name Recharge, which the Swedish automaker uses to refer to zero-emission models like the Volvo XC40 Recharge with 400 km range, discovered last year.
The company has not officially confirmed the XC100’s appearance in Volvo’s lineup, but the future flagship model is expected to arrive by 2023 as the 2024. More details on this will be revealed at the coming years, especially if Volvo takes advantage of Goldwasser’s render. However, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Scandinavian automaker, owned by Geely, doesn’t.
We also advise you to watch a detailed review of the Volvo XC90 by the InfoCar.ua team: