I just read an article saying that because so many XC90 plug-ins have sold, Volvo is planning more.
Cool! Glad they noticed my purchase, I love the T8!
FACT #913: FEBRUARY 22, 2016 THE MOST COMMON WARRANTY FOR PLUG-IN VEHICLE BATTERIES IS 8 YEARS/100,000 MILES
For model year 2016, there are nine electric vehicles (EVs) and seven plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) that have battery warranties of 8 years/100,000 miles. Tesla warranties are also for 8 years, but with unlimited miles. Three manufacturers offer 10-year EV battery warranties, one of them with 100,000 miles and the others not specified. The shortest warranty time frames are for PHEVs by Volvo and Porsche, which are 7 years or less. California, however, has a mandated battery warranty period for partial zero emission vehicles (PZEV) sold in the state. Thus, models classified as PZEV sold in California have a 10-year/150,000-mile battery warranty.
BATTERY WARRANTY PERIODS FOR MODEL YEAR 2016 ELECTRIC AND PLUG-IN HYBRID VEHICLES