Volvo announces range-wide revisions

The Volvo S60 benefits from a raft of changes and enhancements
Swedish manufacturer Volvo has announced a raft of changes and enhancements to almost its entire range, all of which will debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. The S60, V60, XC60, S80, XC70 and V70 models all gain a variety of detail changes inside and out as well as changes to the specification for even better value for money.

Swedish manufacturer Volvo has announced a raft of changes and enhancements to almost its entire range, all of which will debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. The S60, V60, XC60, S80, XC70 and V70 models all gain a variety of detail changes inside and out as well as changes to the specification for even better value for money.

The S60, V60 and XC60 models have redesigned headlights, daytime running lights and reshaped grilles, whilst at the rear the tailpipes have been better integrated into the bumper for a cleaner look. Inside there are new sports seats on R-Design models, additional trim colour options, new wood inlays and headliner for a smarter appearance.

The S80, XC70 and V70 models share the subtly tweaked exterior details, bringing them into line with the rest of the range with revised bumpers, a wider grille and more chrome.

Fuel consumption and emissions on many of the models is also improved, particularly on the 1.6-litre D2 models which is as low as 106g/km and 70.6mpg on the S60 model.