Volvo's new S60 will start trickling into dealers later this year, with full production ramping up in early 2019.

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The S60 rides on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) platform as Volvo's other 60- and 90-series cars.

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Momentum, R-Design and Inscription trims are available, with three different powertrain options.

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The S60 T5 uses a 2.0-liter turbo engine and makes 250 horsepower.

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The S60 T6, meanwhile, uses a turbocharged and supercharged engine, and offers 316 horsepower.

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Finally, the T8 Twin Engine takes the T6 powertrain and adds a large battery and electric motor for EV assist, and a total system output of 400 horsepower.

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The S60's Sensus Connect infotainment system gets a nice upgrade this year, with a faster processor for improved response.

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The S60 can be bought or leased through the traditional dealer method, or subscribed to via Volvo's new Care by Volvo service.

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A Polestar Engineered model -- with 415 horsepower and unique dampers -- joins the S60 lineup in limited quantities. 

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Keep scrolling for more photos of the 2019 Volvo S60.

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