Volvo is set to unveil the first XC 90 crossover in 2017, according to a report from Car and Driver.
The crossover, the company’s first new crossover since its new Tundra SUV was launched in 2017.
Volvo is currently in the process of finalizing its redesign of its flagship XC70 SUV.
The new crossover is slated to debut sometime in 2017 and will reportedly be based on the Volvo XC60 SUV.
The XC80 crossover, which was launched last year, is set for a 2019 debut.
Volvo also announced a new SUV in 2017 that would be built in its sister company, Skoda, and is due to launch later this year.
More from Car & Driver:Lexus SUV to launch in 2018The company also said it is working on a brand new SUV for 2018 that will be produced in collaboration with Ford.
The SUV is set up as an all-electric, plug-in hybrid, the automaker said.
It is expected to go on sale sometime in 2018.
Lexus has also said that it will launch a new crossover in 2019 with a range of about 200 miles.
The company is expected a hybrid version of its existing XC40 SUV, as well as the XC30 SUV, which launched in 2019.
Volvo’s new crossover, meanwhile, will reportedly debut sometime around the end of 2019.