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VOLVO V60 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 2010
Engines: Diesel, Gasoline, Hybrid, Ethanol, Natural gas
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

2018 - Present

Volvo aimed high with the 2018 V60 as a family-friendly vehicle that placed its bets on interior room, safety, and ecology without giving up the performances. After the Ford era, the Swedish carmaker convinced its new owner, Geely Holding Group, to finance them for developing premium vehicles. The result was the Volvo SPA platform, which the carmaker used for the second generation of the XC60...

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diesel engines:

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D3 6MT (150 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D3 8AT (150 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D3 8AT AWD (150 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D4 6MT (190 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D4 8AT (190 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L D4 8AT AWD (190 HP)

gasoline engines:

  VOLVO V60 2.0L T4 8AT (190 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L T5 8AT (250 HP)

  VOLVO V60 2.0L T5 8AT AWD (250 HP)

  VOLVO V60 T6 8AT AWD (310 HP)

  VOLVO V60 T8 8AT AWD (303 HP)

hybrid engines:

  VOLVO V60 T6 Twin Engine 8AT (341 HP)

2010 - 2013

Volvo introduced the first generation of the V60 in 2010 under new management after Ford sold it to the Chinese giant Zhejiang Geely Holding Group. When the new owner stepped in in 2009, the Swedish carmaker already had most of the car developed. It was built on the same P3 platform used by Ford for the Mondeo and Land Rover for the Freelander since 2006. The design and the thinking behind ...

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