With almost a million XC60s sold worldwide, Volvo hopes to capture the same success with its next-generation replacement. The all-new XC60 follows in the styling of its larger sibling, the XC90, and continues the model's focus on safety and comfort. The car will also feature semi-autonomous technology with an optional driver assistance system that can help take over driving on well-marked roads at up to 80 mph.
It will have quite a bit of grunt under the hood as well with an option for a flagship T8 Twin Engine gas plug-in hybrid that will produce 400 hp and is capable of a 0-62 time of 5.3 seconds. Other features include their CleanZone four-zone climate system that eliminates potentially harmful pollutants and particles from the cabin and smartphone connectivity will be available through CarPlay or Android Auto.
The new XC60 will begin production this April in Sweden.