2019 Volvo V60 Cross Country official presentedSeptember 25, 2018
The new versatile Volvo V60 has got an all-road version Cross Country with increased ground clearance and a semi-autonomous control system
Volvo introduced the all-road version of the new V60 station wagon called Cross Country. The car will be offered to customers in two versions: with a petrol engine T5 and diesel engine D4. Hybrid versions will be available later.
The off-road wagon became another model of the Swedish brand, based on the modular architecture of the SPA. The clearance of the novelty is 210 mm – it is 75 mm larger than the usual V60.
The basic version of the V60 Cross Country has a four-wheel drive system, an automatic braking function on the descent, a clutch control system in turns, and an off-road driving mode. The City Safety system has also been added to the list of electronic assistants, capable of detecting objects on the way and using brakes in case of need, as well as a semi-automatic control function operating at speeds up to 130 km / h. In addition, the driver is available infotainment system Sensus, compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 4G.
The standard version of the V60 was introduced in February this year. The overall length of the five-door is 4761 mm, and the wheelbase is 2872 mm in size. The volume of the luggage compartment is 529 liters, which is 99 liters more than its predecessor. When the rear row of seats is folded, the vehicle’s free space increases to 1364 liters.
The line of engines includes diesel engines with a power of 150 and 190 hp, and a 245-hp two-liter petrol unit. In addition, customers will be offered two hybrid modifications with the ability to recharge the batteries from household electricity, the aggregates of which in total give out 345 and 390 hp.