Volvo reveals utility details for the new V60
The latest Volvo V60 mid-size estate is already available for order and features tons of goodies that are worth mentioning. This latest generation of 60 series is based on company's Scalable Product Architecture platform and uses a special Drive-E engineс, designed and assembled by Volvo engineers. Furthermore, all trim levels ensure cutting-edge connectivity, entertainment and safety technologies.
The entry-level, named Momentum comes with LED headlights, powered tailgate, two-zone climate control and 12.3-inch infotainment display. Even Volvo's innovative Sensus touch screen system is included in the list of standard features. This little gadget reacts to voice commands and provides access to vehicle's infotainment, convenience and safety systems.
And as always, Volvo has included numerous handy safety features that do make the difference. Such include City Safety suite with automatic emergency braking, pedestrian, cyclist and large animal detection, steering support and automatic brake. Also, Volvo team has included semi-autonomous drive aid that can assist the driver to up to 145km/h (80mph) and controls the acceleration and braking that is required to keep the vehicle within the driving line and keep it on safe distance from vehicles in front and behind the V60.
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There is also an optional Xenium package that can be installed both on Momentum and Inscription trim levels. It features powered tilt and slide panoramic class sunroof, 360-degree surround-view parking camera and Park Assist Pilot with automatic parallel and 90-degree parking. Sweet! Also buyers can specify their V60 machine with the optional Harman Kardon audio system with 14 speakers and a total output of 600W. There is also a range-topping Bowers & Wilkins that provides digital surround audio processing and features 15 speakers and an output of 1,100W.