Monday, February 23rd 2015. | Advanced Technology, Auto & Motor, Car

Volvo is working hard to revamp its entire lineup, and that began with the introduction of the 2016 XC90. Along with the debut of this SUV came plans to create a fuller line of SUVs that will include the XC90, XC60 and the XC40. We’ve seen the XC40 out testing in a jacked-up version of the V40 wagon, which is not available in the U.S. as of February, 2015. Now new reports from Autocar are pointing toward the raised wagon arriving by 2019.

With the new XC40, the upcoming XC60 and the 2016 XC90, Volvo will finally have an SUV lineup that can compete with the likes of Mercedes, Audi and BMW in all of the key niches. The only issue is whether or not there are really that many people who are interested in buying a Volvo for this SUV expansion to really be worth it.

Continue reading to check out my preview of the 2020 Volvo XC40.

Updated 02/23/2015: British magazine AutoCar had the chance to talk with Volvo’s CEO Hakan Samuelsson and learned a series of new details on the upcoming XC40. Continue reading to find out when will you be able to drive the new crossover.

Volvo XC40 originally appeared on on Monday, 23 February 2015 15:30 EST.

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