To be debuted at the upcoming British Motor Show along with its V70 wagon counterpart, the redesigned Volvo S60 borrows from the recently introduced S40 in terms of an updated appearance: new grille and taillights, plus the thankful elimination of intrusive black bumper strips. To go along with the facelift, a bit of chassis-tweaking has been undertaken as well, with R-model suspension and steering dynamics to be made available on non-R models. The interior changes only slightly, and is near identical to the sensible, comfortable control room of the V70.
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