DETROIT – Volvo Car will show its XC90 SUV at the North American International Auto Show here in January. The model, based on the successful S80 car platform, represents the Gottenberg-based automaker’s first foray into the SUV market. And Volvo hopes to sell 65% of its tentatively scheduled 50,000 units in the U.S. See related story The XC90 features Volvo’s trademark V-shaped hood and pronounced shoulders, combined with a powerful stance and gently rounded lines. “We wanted the ...

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