Volvo reveal new V60 Cross Country

Volvo have unveiled their V60 Cross Country, with models available to order early next year in the UK and first deliveries of the car taking place in June.

The new V60 Cross Country is set to make its debut at the Los Angeles motor show later this month.

What’s new about the V60 Cross Country?

Volvo has raised the ride of its new V60 Cross Country by 65mm, making the model more adept at handling uneven road surfaces.

There are also changes to the the cars exterior design, with front and rear skid plates, bumper extenders, black cladding around the wheel arches and a twin exhaust now added.

Under the bonnet, the V60 Cross Country will boast a line up a diesel-only engines. Customers will be able to choose between the D3, a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel offering 134 bhp, or the D4 which will offer 179bhp.

While the D3 will be offered as a front-wheel drive only, those who opt for the D4 will be able to choose between front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive options.

How are Volvo marketing their new V60 Cross Country? They describe it as “a sporty, connected yet comfortable driving experience with the freedom to explore new horizons.”