Following the debut of the Volvo V60 Cross Country, Volvo has now unveiled the S60 Cross Country sedan, which takes the sedan to new heights – literally.
Following the debut of the Volvo V60 Cross Country, Volvo has now unveiled the S60 Cross Country sedan, which takes the sedan to new heights – literally. The S60 Cross Country rides 2.5 inches higher than the standard S60 to give it more off-road capability. Volvo says that the S60 Cross Country is being released to “meet the demands of its core customers.”
“We want to further explore the market with our Cross Country brand. We did this back in 1997 with the V70 Cross Country and it led to the birth of a whole new segment. We have included all the capability-driven benefits of the Cross Country brand in this new model, while offering a completely unique expression of adventure and all-road readiness in a distinctly sporty and stylish package,” says Lex Kerssemakers, Senior Vice President Product Strategy and Vehicle Line Management at Volvo Cars.
The S60 Cross Country will be available in the U.S. with a 250-hp engine that sends its power to the ground via all four wheels, while a diesel and front-wheel-drive versions will be available in Europe.
Volvo says that the S60 Cross Country will be available to order this summer.