MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) --Volvo shows off its second twin engine plug-in electric hybrid at the New York International Auto Show.
Twin engine means a traditional gasoline powered motor coupled with an all electric propulsion.
The S90 Inscription, as the automaker calls it, is an all-wheel-drive luxury sedan that can travel approximately 25-miles on all-electric power before that gas engine kicks in.
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The car can be equipped with Volvo's safety features including the semi-autonomous mode called Pilot Assist that controls acceleration, breaking and steering.
The car maker is also trying something new when it comes to the purchasing experience.
You can now order a car online without ever visiting the dealership. The S90 will be available this June.
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