- Co-driver seat has been removed to give more space to the rear passenger
- Pre-set scents accompany the themes that are projected on the roof-lining
- Upgraded Bower and Wilkins audio system
Volvo has previewed the Volvo S90 Ambience concept ahead of the Beijing Auto Show and the Swedish carmaker is aiming for the bespoke luxury tag. China is turning out to be the fastest growing market for Volvo and with the Chinese´s known love for luxury, Volvo is stepping up its game.
The Ambience concept ditches the co-driver seat in the front to open up endless leg-room for the rear-passenger. The leg-rest allows the passenger to recline while there also seems to be a display screen that can prop up within reach. The Ambience has set themes like the Northern lights, Scandinavian forest or rain, the visuals of which are projected on the roof-lining.
The different scents associated with each theme then fill up the cabin to create the perfect Ambience. While this is still a concept, Volvo might offer it as an optional package with the top-spec S90. The package also includes an upgraded Bowers and Wilkins audio system which now gets extra tweeters in the headrests as well.