Sweet Swede wagon is more expensive than the sedan version
A nice middle ground between car and crossover.
It's only for the T8 PHEV models.
Volvo doubles down on wagons, and this one's a winner
Volvo's 2019 S60 will be its first vehicle to be offered without a diesel engine when the sedan goes into production this summer at its new plant near Charleston, S.C. The Swedish automaker also confirmed it will offer the sedan in two plug-in hybrid variants when it goes on sale, with mild hybrid versions following in 2019.
Welcome to the United States Canadian border in Port Huron, Michigan. Behind me is the Blue Water Bridge. Beside me is a blue Volvo V60 Polestar. This is the last year for this generation of car, and while it is old, this performance wagon is still a blast to drive.
A crossover leads the charge, but let's not forget about a particular Scandinavian wagon.
The new Volvo V60 is just on the horizon.
We see how the latest wagon compares to its rivals.
Hybrid powertrains, sleek new looks, safety tech galore and, wait, 0-62 mph in 4.8 seconds? You'd better believe it!
The current Volvo V60 has been on sale since 2010.
It was developed with Cyan Racing, Polestar's WTCC partner.
Designed for the S60, V60, and XC60 in T6 AWD trim, this ECU upgrade is supposed to improve drivability instead of outright speed.
The 2016 Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar now use the twin-charged Drive-E engine to make 367 horsepower and 347 pound-feet of torque. The models are also 97 pounds lighter than last year and get slotted Brembo brakes. Deliveries begin this summer.
Wish your S60, V60, or XC60 had a sportier edge? Volvo is here to help with the new Polestar Performance Parts line.
Polestar has extended its T6 AWD optimization package from the XC90 flagship to the smaller S60 sedan, V60 wagon, and XC60 crossover, raising output and improving response throughout the powertrain.