Volvo expands its lineup for 2015 with the launch of the all-new V60 sport wagon. With its dynamic design, three levels of performance, innovative safety technologies, luxury features and versatile cabin, the V60 writes an exciting new chapter in Volvo’s 60-plus years of wagon excellence.
Volvo’s transformation continues to unfold, highlighted by the company’s most significant product refresh of existing models for 2014, the well-celebrated arrival of the dynamic V60 sportswagon for model year 2015, and the debut of Drive-E powertrains — a new family of powerful, lightweight, low-emission engines yielding class-leading fuel economy.
Combining the driving dynamics of a luxury sports sedan with the space and utility to support an active lifestyle, the V60 sportswagon is Volvo’s highly anticipated re-entry into the U.S. wagon market. Volvo Cars of North America released pricing for the V60, which starts at $35,300.
A jury of international designers and design experts has awarded Volvo Car Group’s new connectivity system Sensus Connected Touch the prestigious 2013 Red Dot Design Award. Sensus Connected Touch gives the Volvo owner outstanding possibilities, including the world’s first voice-activated Spotify connection integrated in a car.
Targeting best-in-class performance and best-in-class fuel economy, Volvo Cars of North America announced engines for the much-anticipated Volvo V60 sportswagon that will hit American shores in January 2014.
The rapid transformation of Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) is highly evident at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The new Volvo Concept Coupé, which was revealed at a press conference today, showcases the capability of the company’s new Scalable Product Architecture – and the new, super-efficient four-cylinder Drive-E powertrains are now available in six Volvo models.
Volvo Car Group has an outstanding position in the Swedish insurance company Folksam’s latest safety report. Four Volvo models – the S60, V60, V70 and S80 – are on top of the ranking with a 12 per cent margin to the next car on the list. The Volvo S60, V60, V70 and S80 are almost 60 per cent safer than the average car in the report.
Volvo Car Group is now starting production of the first engine variants in the new, high-efficiency four-cylinder engine family. The development and production take place in-house at Volvo Car Group and form a vital part of the company's strategy for independence.