It may be a midsize crossover, but there is nothing boring about Volvo's latest five-seat family hauler.
It's a whole new look for Volvo's latest midsize crossover. The XC60 looks a lot like a shrunken-down XC90.
The front fascia is dominated by the "Thor's Hammer" headlights and a chrome-lined grille.
The available T8 power train combines a 2.0-liter turbocharged and supercharged engine with an electric motor.
The T8 engine produces up to 400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque.
Other available engines are the turbocharged T5 and the turbocharged and supercharged T6 engine.
The XC60 has a whole slew of safety features, naturally. The Pilot Assist adaptive cruise control system works especially well, bringing the car to a full stop in traffic.
Standard on the XC60 is oncoming lane mitigation, but blind-spot monitoring is part of an $1,100 package.
There is even an optional air suspension system with automatic leveling.
As for interior design, well, the Swedes don't mess around. That is indeed a crystal shift knob.
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