Globally, the facelifted Volvo S90 gets a new 48-volt mild hybrid option, in addition to a number of turbocharged petrol and diesel engines.
That said, seeing that the Thai-spec car features the same T8 Twin Engine petrol-electric hybrid powertrain from before, there is a good possibility that the Malaysian-spec model will mirror this configuration.
This petrol-electric combo offers a combined system output of 407 PS and 640 Nm.
What else is new?
Specifications of the Malaysian-spec car have not yet been revealed, but one can expect a tweaked exterior with new front fog lights, a new spoiler design, new design elements in the taillamps, and new bumpers with more pronounced chrome pieces – just like the Thai-spec car.
The interior of the Thai-spec Volvo S90 facelift features an upgraded Bowers and Wilkins audio system with a new amplifier, automatic vehicle noise cancellation, and a new setting that alters the ambience. The 12-volt outlets at the rear are now replaced by 2 USB-C charging points.