The vehicle is offered is four equipment levels: ES, SE, SE Lux and R-Design. The standard equipment for the entry-level ES model includes Electronic Climate Control, Cruise Control, 5 inch color screen as part of the new Infotainment system, Information Centre, floor mats, Passenger Airbag Cut-Off Switch, steering wheel remote audio controls, alloy wheels and leather steering wheel and gear stick. In addition six-speaker Performance Sound Audio System, 16 inch alloy wheels and charcoal trim are also standard.
Volvo also offers a premium pack for the SE, SE Lux and R-Design models, which includes a leather finish, satellite navigation system, DAB Digital Radio and High Performance Multimedia audio system.
The car will be launched with a range of six engines, two diesels and four petrols. The oil-burning part of the range includes the D3 (2.0 liter - 123 hp and 400 Nm) and the D5 (2.4 liter - 205 hp and 420 Nm). The petrol range includes the T3 (turbocharged 1.6 liter -150 hp and 240 Nm), T4 (turbocharged 1.6 liter - 180 hp and 240 Nm), T5 (turbocharged 2.0 liter - 240 hp and 320 Nm) and the T6 (turbocharged 3.0 liter - 304 hp and 440 Nm).
The entry level model of the range is the T3 ES, which can be yours for 23,145 pounds (EUR26,448 or $36,694). At the other end of the scale, we find the T6 SE model with all-wheel-drive that retails for 37,895 pounds(EUR43,303 or $60,080). The R-Design models, which bring exterior and interior modifications, as well as chassis enhancements, start at 25,695 pounds (EUR25,695 or $40,737).