2023 Volvo S90 Order Guide

The side profile of a Black Volvo S90 SUV

Model Year 2023 S90 Order Guide

For the 2023 model year, Volvo Cars is completely changing how they configure their vehicles including new equipment levels and exterior executions. The end result is more flexibility and customization for you to get a Volvo vehicle that has the equipment and design styling you desire.

More specifically, Volvo Cars vehicles will no longer be sold in the previously known Momentum, R‑Design and Inscription trims. Depending on the vehicle, there may be a variety of equipment levels to choose from (Core, Plus or Ultimate) and exterior executions (Base, Bright, and Dark). Additionally, there will be a limited number of single options available to add on to the different Core, Plus and Ultimate levels.

Below is a build guide for the 2023 Volvo S90 detailing how this vehicle will be offered.

Please kindly note that this information is based on what Volvo Cars has currently provided. It is subject to change and will be updated accordingly.

2023 Volvo S90 Equipment Levels

Plus More well‑equipped than Core, Plus offers customers additional safety, luxury, and technology features.
Ultimate Showcasing Volvo Car's most advanced and progressive features, the Ultimate offers the most highly equipped vehicles.
  • Plus
  • Ultimate



2023 Volvo S90 Exterior Execution

The 2023 S90 will be available with the Bright Exterior Execution (similar to the previous Inscription exterior).

Red Volvo S90

Similar to previous Inscription exterior

Black Volvo S90

2023 S90 Equipment Level & Exterior Execution Configurations

Blue Volvo S90


Blue Volvo S90



Available in Bright

Available in Bright

Recharge T8 eAWD close

Available in Bright

*Integrated Starter Generator (ISG)

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2023 Volvo S90 Engine Updates

An Improved Mild Hybrid Drivetrain for 2023

For the 2023 S90 a new 48V system or better known as a Mild Hybrid is made standard for each powertrain eSept for the Recharge models. Mild Hybrid technology helps to use fuel in a more efficient way, it recovers energy generated by braking. When you press the brake pedal or use engine braking, the kinetic energy that otherwise would have been lost in heat is converted into electric energy and fed into the 48V battery. Some benefits of the mild hybrid are: a more comfortable driving experience with the engine restarting seamlessly and a smoother acceleration from a standstill.

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What is the new recharge Plug‑in Hybrid Powertrain (T8)?

Introduced already mid MY22, the improved Recharge plug‑in hybrid powertrain delivers significant improvements to electric range, CO2 emissions and drivability. The longer‑range battery includes a third layer of cells that provides an energy increase from 11.6 kWh to 18.8 kWh, enhancing EV range and horsepower. In addition, the new rear electric motor power has been upgraded from 65 kW / 87HP to 107 kW / 143HP, bringing the total system output to a combined 455HP (the internal combustion engine horsepower rating drops by one to 312). It delivers an increase of 64% in power in the rear wheels, resulting in faster 0‑60 mph times as well as improvements in the AWD capability.

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