Volvo Australia has announced today the 2011 Volvo S60, and prices for all versions since.
According to Volvo Car Australia Managing Director Alan Desselss, the all-new S60, “The car’s most dynamic, made most of us emotionally, never hit sports since, showing passion for cars from Volvo. But it is very true Volvo.”
Volvo could have just pulled a rabbit out of the hat to the new design language. While maintaining the brand’s signature styling elements, it is now pushing into new teritory fluid is unique unlike anything available before.
The new S60 is not only radically its predecessor, but it is – an interpretation of the Swedish manufacturer’s future design direction – has changed along with the XC60 and C30.
Create and expects four-door coupe features are achieved with S60 C-pillar, right to the tail and waist as high-end and back climbs.
This is a curved, flowing character line that runs along the profile of the S60 is described as a “double wave”, which aims to make the car a lower, more powerful position.
Like the exterior, keeps the cab S60 features the design of earlier models – especially the “floating” center console. See offer much more modern and more upmarket than the previous generation S60, Volvo, says she focuses on integrating the fine furnishings and materials.
Standard features include a variety of leather, steering wheel and shift knob, power driver’s seat with memory function for seat and exterior mirrors, rain-sensing wipers and rear park assist comes from the electric parking brake drive out.
The rearview mirror automatically dimming interior, electric air conditioning with pollen filter, power windows and mirrors, cruise control and onboard diagnostic system with trip computer, rear center armrest with cupholders and storage, “safe houses” approach lights and puddle lights in the mirrors.
A new infotainment system, all available with five or seven-inch display, including entertainment, navigation and wireless connectivity with the new S60. Connection options include an auxiliary input, USB port for iPod and Bluetooth audio streaming.
Since its inception in 2010 the Volvo S60 offers two power plants, T6 petrol 3.0 liter and 2.5 liter five-cylinder D5 diesel engine.During the first quarter of 2011 Volvo Australia will launch direct-injected 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder T5 petrol turbo.