Volvo unveiled brand-new 2019 V60 wagon on Wednesday. The Swedish vehicle manufacturer is rolling out various hot new models including the award-winning XC90 and XC60 SUVs over the past few years.
There is “Thor’s Hammer” LED lights with large wheels at all four corners. The L-shaped tail lamps follow the D-pillar’s shape and then slice inward toward the center of the hatch.
Inside, it boasts increased space, upgraded cabin with more upscale materials and it can carry five people. The V60 is 7 inches shorter than the 2018 Volvo V90 and the new model is only an inch or two smaller in both width and height.
Volvo has announced the new V60’s two new versions for the U.S. market. The versions include a V60 T5 model that offers 250 horsepower to the front wheels using a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and a V60 T6 all-wheel-drive model that will send 310 horsepower to all four wheels from a turbocharged and supercharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder.
The V60 includes the Volvo’s Sensus infotainment system’s latest version which runs through a vertical tablet-style touch. Sensus can also support Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration technologies. There is 4G Wi-Fi connectivity.
Other features include automatic braking and detection systems that can identify pedestrians, large animals, and cyclists. Volvo offers new “digital key” technology for the V60 through which car owners can share the wagon with their family and friends.
Volvo did not mention details about pricing and release but according to rumors, the company will launch the 2019 V60 wagon debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in March.