Looks like the auto world is more excited about the new Volvo XC90 than we first imagined. Only a day after Volvo unveiled the 2015 version, designers from X-Tomi got busy with it and this is the first outcome of their effort. Here they’ve rendered the car in Polestar guise.
This Volvo XC90 Polestar rendering shows what would the new SUV look like if the Swedish car maker decided to let their in-house tuner have a go at upgrading it. They have used cues from existing Polestar Volvos like C30 and V60, such as the special blue paint job and the large wheels.
Other little details that set the Volvo XC90 Polestar apart from the standard version include sporty bumpers, blacked-out roof and mirror caps, revised grille, and lowered suspension. Polestar also has a habit of tuning whatever engine they are working on, so a healthy power upgrade would also be available.
There are no confirmed plans to launch a Polestar version of the 2015 Volvo XC90 as of yet. But the car probably has a lifecycle of around ten years. At some point during that time something like this could emerge.
Rendering by X-Tomi Design