Volvo has the tough task of trying to make younger buyers not think of an ultra safe box when they hear the brand’s name. With the debut of the all-new XC90, they’re off to a good start. Unveiled the other day in Sweden, the SUV packs impressive safety features (not surprising) like an auto-braking system that takes over if someone or something jumps out in front of the car, but unlike Volvo vehicles in the past, it does so without looking boring. Sporting the new Iron Mark and some seriously stylish headlights, the front end looks impressive, and the interior is highlighted by a large, vertical touchscreen that looks like an iPad Mini slapped to the dash. The First Edition versions go on sale exclusively online in less than a week and are limited to just 1,927. The XC90 will be in showrooms in April.