The premium compact wagon will compete with Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, BMW 3-Series Touring hay Audi A4 Avant when it officially appears in the market.
With the design similar to that of V90, Volvo V60 is underpinned by Volvo’s SPA platform and mated to plenty of driving assistance systems, including semi-autonomous driving.
In addition, Volvo is expected to launch the all-new V60 with a selection of traditional petrol and diesel engines, along with two plug-in hybrid powertrains.
In North America, the estate will arrive in T5 and T6 flavors, both of them with all-wheel drive, making 250hp and 316hp, respectively.
A Cross Country version of the V60 is also coming this summer, probably around the same time when the S60 will be unveiled too.