September 25, 2018

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What Is Volvo Testing Here?

seems to be up to something interesting. Spotted in the wilds of some urban parking lot is this mutant of an test mule. Hoisted above its rear cargo area with a one-off support system is a steel pedestal presumably holding extra weight. But that’s not the biggest change. No, this experimental vehicle has a lengthened wheelbase. Its rear axle has been pushed rearward, requiring Volvo engineers to cut a larger wheel well into the XC90’s body. This begs the question: what is Volvo testing here?

We’ve heard nothing of Volvo testing some new type of or even but that’s exactly what our minds conjure up. One theory is Volvo is making a long wheelbase version of the XC90 for China. That easily explains the rearward axle placement on this tester, but what about the weights on top? Perhaps Volvo is planning to offer an armored version of its XC90. Rather than installing armor into a test mule, Volvo engineers simply constructed a massive weight to increase the XC90’s center of gravity. Volvo wouldn’t be the first automaker to offer an armored version of a production vehicle. and both offer factory armament up-fits.

Another possibility – and one what pickup truck fans might like – is an XC90-based pickup. Close examination of the high-mounted load put its exactly between the rear doors and ahead of the rear axle. That’s right here heavy loads should go in a pickup. The XC90’s standard wheelbase measures 117.5 inches, but this long-wheelbase version likely has another 10 inches atop that. A 126.5-inch wheelbase would put it directly in line with other mid-size pickups, including the at 125.3 inches, the Nissan Frontier Crew Cab at 125.9 inches, the global T6 at 127 inches, and the at 128.3 inches.

Will Volvo enter the mid-size segment? Keep reading for more speculation.

Continue reading for the full information.



What Is Volvo Testing Here?

seems to be up to something interesting. Spotted in the wilds of some urban parking lot is this mutant of an test mule. Hoisted above its rear cargo area with a one-off support system is a steel pedestal presumably holding extra weight. But that’s not the biggest change. No, this experimental vehicle has a lengthened wheelbase. Its rear axle has been pushed rearward, requiring Volvo engineers to cut a larger wheel well into the XC90’s body. This begs the question: what is Volvo testing here?

We’ve heard nothing of Volvo testing some new type of or even but that’s exactly what our minds conjure up. One theory is Volvo is making a long wheelbase version of the XC90 for China. That easily explains the rearward axle placement on this tester, but what about the weights on top? Perhaps Volvo is planning to offer an armored version of its XC90. Rather than installing armor into a test mule, Volvo engineers simply constructed a massive weight to increase the XC90’s center of gravity. Volvo wouldn’t be the first automaker to offer an armored version of a production vehicle. and both offer factory armament up-fits.

Another possibility – and one what pickup truck fans might like – is an XC90-based pickup. Close examination of the high-mounted load put its exactly between the rear doors and ahead of the rear axle. That’s right here heavy loads should go in a pickup. The XC90’s standard wheelbase measures 117.5 inches, but this long-wheelbase version likely has another 10 inches atop that. A 126.5-inch wheelbase would put it directly in line with other mid-size pickups, including the at 125.3 inches, the Nissan Frontier Crew Cab at 125.9 inches, the global T6 at 127 inches, and the at 128.3 inches.

Will Volvo enter the mid-size segment? Keep reading for more speculation.

Continue reading for the full information.


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What Is Volvo Testing Here?

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