The new Volvo S60 ushers in not just a new take on the premium executive saloon, but also a couple of brand firsts: it's the first Volvo to be produced in a new facility in South Carolina, but is also the first new Volvo to be launched without the option of a diesel engine, part of the company's drive towards electrification.
Volvo has wheeled out a variety of changes for the 2016 model year, with most centred around the introduction of new Drive-E engines for much of its range.
Volvo's newest rufty-tufty models, the S60 and V60 Cross Country, are now available to order. Prices start at £30,195 for the V60 Cross Country, with the S60 kicking off at £33,695.
There's just no getting away from the fact that the executive/family saloon segment is dominated by the Germans, with the BMW 3-Series now more ubiquitous than anything with a Ford badge. That's all well and good, as they're a fine car. But it does create something of a problem: what do you do if you don't want to look like an angry executive? As it turns out, the company responsible for creating the world's safest Labrador transport has got us covered, in the form of the Volvo S60...
Watch our video review of the 2015 Volvo S60 D5 Polestar.
The Volvo S60, V60 and XC60 R-Design models have been revised for the 2014 model year, with a new, unique face with a more expressive nose. There's also a 329hp Polestar performance option.
Volvo has updated the S60, V60 and XC60 ranges with new exterior designs and an enhanced focus on quality and attention to detail, in what the company describes as the most extensive review of existing models
Volvo has announced the launch of the all-new S60 and V60 R-Design models - created to deliver a dynamic driving experience in a coupe-style saloon or versatile Sportswagon
Performance tuning specialists, Heico Sportiv, have turned their attention to the new Volvo S60 and developed a storming 330 PS version of the T6 with just 100 examples priced at around £53,000
The new Volvo S60 Sports Wagon will be delivered to its first customers in Autumn 2010 with a choice of four petrol and three diesel engines
Prices and specifications have been announced for the new Volvo S60 models, ranging from £23,295 for the D3 ES to £36,745 for the T6 AWD SE Lux Geartronic Premium
The all-new Volvo S60 makes its international debut at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday 2 March 2010 ahead of first customer deliveries in early summer 2010