The station wagon is making a strong comeback. Previously, any allusion to the station-wagon conjures up memories of the misadventures of WallyWorld-bound Chevy Chase and his family across the country. Now, Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has put an end to this stereotype with their Volvo V90 Station-Wagon.
The striking automobile isn’t just all beauty. It has enough power under the hood to surprise even the deepest skeptic. Sporting an impressive 410 horsepower and all-wheel-drive, no longer will the family be confined to the asphalt. Set for a 2017 release, the vehicle also offers a hybrid plug-in system that packs up to 31 miles of electric range. Volvo also plans to release the V90 with semi-autonomous driving features, top shelf connectivity with a Bowers & Wilkins audio system for your listening pleasure and one of the most advanced standard safety packages on the market, including Large Animal Detection and Run-Off-Road Mitigation. Because, of course, family does come first. [Purchase]