Unveiled in Detroit, the new Volvo S60 Cross Country is a brand new type of car. As a combination of the V60 estate and V40 hatchback in Volvo’s Cross Country lineups, the S60 Cross Country offers more practical-looking forms in a pumped-up sedan. The S60 Cross Country has higher ride height by 65mm like its V60 sibling and gets a full supplement of body trinkets with all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive, plastic shell on the front and back bumpers but not to an extreme degree, and a wheel option of 18- or 19-inch alloys wearing high-profile tires.
All the capability-driven benefits are included into the Cross Country brand in this new model to make a fully unique countenance of adventure and all-road eagerness in a definitely sporty and elegant set. In the crossover saloon class, the Volvo S60 Cross Country is the only contestant. With rugged styling hints and a higher posture, there is a clear slot in the market for a more proficient saloon. People that are looking for a thrilling and proficient saloon will appeal the S60 Cross Country even as adoring the clear profits that a crossover provides.
Engine And Performance
The initial 187bhp D4 front-wheel drive Volvo S60 Cross Country will be offered at below £30,000 with The UK being the first market of the car this summer. The car will get T5 engine or the 2.5-liter turbocharged five-cylinder engine generating 250 hp that is also available in the V60 Cross Country. But do not be confused with the four-cylinder new Drive-E T5 engine. The only engine offered in the S60 Cross Country is the T5 five-cylinder. The 2015 Detroit auto show is the official debut of the all-wheel drive 2015 S60 Cross Country which offers taller ground clearance than the regular S60 sedan for taking the harsh track.