| The new Volvo crossover cannot deny that it belongs to the XC family. This XC60 will be snapping at the heels of the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 with two versions of the 2.4 litre diesel engine of its big sisters under the bonnet: 163 and 185 bhp. These performances can be increased by P-Tronic to 211 and 242 bhp, with torque rising respectively from 340 to 428 Nm and 400 to 518 Nm. |
As well as the excellent lines and well-proven engines, the Volvo XC60 will have plenty of arguments in terms of safety, a topic dear to the heart of the Swedish manufacturer. The models will thus be fitted with the City Safety driving aid, a device which enables automatic braking during slow speed city trips, if the driver fails to spot that traffic is slowing.