The S60, shown here in a shop setting, comes on the heels of the introduction of the V60, the wagon on which it's based. We get a decent look at the rear end, which looks similar to the larger S90, with virtually identical brake lights, diffuser and sharp, squared-off deck. And while we can't see much of the front end, we already know it's largely similar to that of the new V60. The S60 also appears to share the wagon's creasing along the lower side doors.
Ford was selling the brand to Geely of China. The all-new S60 is set to grow larger but narrower than its predecessor, according to Teknikens Värld, with more interior room and luggage capacity.
Built on the same Scalable Platform Architecture shared with the new V60 and other models, the S60 is expected to also share the V60's powertrain options, which in the U.S. will include a 250-horsepower turbo four-cylinder with front-wheel drive and a 316-hp supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder with all-wheel drive, with a T8 plug-in hybrid likely later on.
The S60 starts production in South Carolina this summer.