Volvo is introducing at the Detroit Auto Show the new S60 Inscription model, which comes with extra spacious interior and luxury design. It focuses on elegance and comfort and it is specifically aimed to meet the requirements of U.S. customers. The "Inscription" designation takes the S60 to a higher level in terms of comfort and convenience. The car offers 3.4 inches additional rear seat legroom and features and added luxury thanks to the utilization of the most natural materials, attention to detail and the iconic Scandinavian design language. The materials used in the S60 Inscription reflect the authentic Scandinavian origins of the brand.

Take for example the Linear Walnut trim or the silk metal detailing. In addition, to this the car is equipped with unique 19" wheels which add to the stability and muscularity that this car exudes. Other enhancements include interior accent lighting and Inscription branded tread plates.

Volvo S60 Inscription will be offered in two variants: Premier and Platinum. The first one will add leather upholstery, a sun/moon roof and the Sensus Navigation package. It will also come with the optional T5 in both front-wheel drive and All-Wheel Drive.

The Platinum trim level adds over the aforementioned equipment full Sensus technology package, a high-end Harman Kardon audio system, dual Xenon lights and a thoughtful convenience package. Volvo S60 Inscription is scheduled to go on sale in the U.S. this summer.

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Source: Volvo