Volvo's new V60 station wagon amps up the power with Polestar tuning and adds data-powered apps such as Yelp and Rdio.
Although station wagons are a tough sell in the US, Volvo continues to offer its V60 model.
The V60 makes for an excellent all-around car, offering utility and fine driving dynamics.
These wheels make a pretty good case for the V60 T6 R-design trim level by themselves.
The V60 T6 R-design comes standard with engine programming by Volvo's favorite racing shop, Polestar.
The V60 T6 uses an in-line six-cylinder engine, turbocharged to produce 325 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque.
This roof-rack accessory shows the V60's utility for carrying bikes, surfboards or snowboards.
The V60 T6 R-design comes standard with all-wheel-drive.
As a wagon, the V60 has versatile cargo space.
A cargo cover hides whatever you want to keep in back.
Comfortable sport seats embody the V60's combination of utility and sportiness.
The rear seats fold down easily for greater cargo capacity.
Volvo's premium segment marketing means quality materials in the cabin.
Steering is enhanced during hard cornering by Volvo's corner braking system.
The LCD instrument cluster can be set to three different themes.
The six-speed automatic has a very aggressive sport program.
The 7-inch LCD is on the small side, though the graphics from the Sensus Connect system look good.
Volvo includes online search options on the main destination menu.
Sensus Connect includes a variety of apps, from Pandora to Yelp.
The V60 includes the usual set of audio sources, in addition to Internet-based apps.
USB drive and iOS device audio sources get this music library interface.